Two robbers steal $35,000 Cartier watch off man in New York

Two robbers steal $35,000 cartier watch off man in new york

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Video captures two robbers steal a man’s $35,000 Cartier watch in Chelsea, Manhattan after the victim tries and fails to run away.

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