Bandit in high heels is 'armed and dangerous,' police say

Police have released surveillance pictures of a woman wanted in the armed robbery of a Van Nuys coin and jewelry store. Police say the woman entered the store around 11:00 a.m. Monday and posed as a customer. She allegedly pulled a revolver out of her purse. She pointed the gun at a store employee and ordered him to fill her bag, police said.

The woman made off with an unknown number of vintage coins, valued at between $12,000 and $100,000. Police said the woman is "armed and dangerous."

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