Ram raiders used a stolen Land Rover to ram down a wall and steal £600,000 worth of antiques and jewellery.
A Birmingham art gallery and bar has offered up a £5,000 reward to catch the criminals who left devastation in their wake.
A gang of four men smashed into exterior wall of the Ana Rocha Bar & Gallery, in Frederick Street, the Jewellery Quarter, in the early hours of April 21.
A Land Rover, that had been stolen from Birmingham Airport, was used to smash through the wall at 12.52am and the thieves escaped within just four minutes with a haul of expensive jewellery and watches, including Rolex and Cartier watches.
As well as escaping with items worth more than £600,000 the Frederick Street firm estimates the thieves caused damage totalling at least £60,000.
The restaurant, which also acts as an antiques showroom and art gallery, has now released CCTV of the raiders inside and outside the gallery.
The footage shows masked men wearing head torches and gloves on the outside of the building and the damage to the wall after the Land Rover had reversed through it.
In a video released by the venue the owners said some of the items were of sentimental value.
They included a watch that was handed down by the owner’s grandmother and a gold and diamond belt that the owner gave to his wife on their wedding day.
The shop owners are now offering up a £5,000 reward for information that helps catch the thieves.
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A spokeswoman for West Midlands Police said: “Police were alerted to a large scale theft from Ana Rocha in Frederick Street, Birmingham in the early hours of Friday April 21.
“It is believed that four men gained access through the rear of the property, causing extensive damage to the gates and a wall by driving at speed into the building to create a hole.
“Once inside, a vast quantity of watches and other jewellery were taken, after causing further damage to property inside.
“It is believed the offenders then made off in a different car.
“Officers are currently conducting CCTV enquiries and urge anyone with information to call 101 quoting 20BW/81457U/17.”