The video shows eight gunmen robbing an Indian jewelry store in New Jersey for around  million

The video shows eight gunmen robbing an Indian jewelry store in New Jersey for around $1 million

Eight masked gunmen stole around $1 million worth of items from a jewelry store in New Jersey during a 60-second operation in broad daylight.

Frightened staff were forced to the ground at gunpoint during the robbery, which took place on Oak Tree Road in Iselin at around 7:45pm last Friday.

Virani Jewelers, an Indian company with just four retail stores, sells Indian-style antique jewelery including diamonds, kundan, emeralds, rubies, cubic zirconia, pearls and sapphires.

The video shows the masked men stuffing bags with gold necklaces, bracelets and bangles before fleeing the store.

Employees were forced to the ground at gunpoint during the robbery, which took place at around 7:45pm on Friday on Oak Tree Road in Iselin

They pointed a gun at the clerk closest to the door and dragged down a woman in a red dress while they ransacked the place

They pointed a gun at the clerk closest to the door and dragged down a woman in a red dress while they ransacked the place

The red-robed woman lay motionless on the ground as shards of glass rained down around her

The red-robed woman lay motionless on the ground as shards of glass rained down around her

Footage shows the thugs pointing a gun at the employee closest to the door before knocking him off his chair, while another drags a female employee in a red dress to the ground.

Employees watched in horror as the robbers smashed nearly a dozen display cases in pretty much a minute.

The red-robed woman lay motionless on the ground as shards of glass rained down around her.

With shouts that it was time to go, the robbery ended almost as quickly as it began, and late gunmen stayed a few moments to comb through any jewelry they could wear before jumping down.

The gunmen stayed a few moments to comb through the last jewelry they could wear before jumping down

The gunmen stayed a few moments to comb through the last jewelry they could wear before jumping down

The shocked staff remained motionless for a few moments after the gunmen fled

The shocked staff remained motionless for a few moments after the gunmen fled

CCTV showed the robbers running to the getaway vehicle, jumping into the back of the car and speeding away

CCTV showed the robbers running to the getaway vehicle, jumping into the back of the car and speeding away

“They walked in like they owned the place, they said, ‘Okay, everybody down,’ broke things, lined their bags and left like they hadn’t a care in the world,” local Misbah Chaudhry told the New York Post .

CCTV showed the robbers running to the getaway vehicle, jumping into the back of the car and speeding away.

The shocked staff remained motionless for a few moments after the gunmen fled, processing the shock of the smash-and-grab attack.

One can be seen dialing a number after a few moments, presumably to call the police, while the others look around at the damage.

Virani Jewelers, which has just four retail stores, sells Indian-style antique jewelry including diamonds, kundan, emeralds, rubies, cubic zirconia, pearls and sapphires

Virani Jewelers, which has just four retail stores, sells Indian-style antique jewelry including diamonds, kundan, emeralds, rubies, cubic zirconia, pearls and sapphires

The store's Instagram page features some of her jewelry on display.  Located on Oak Tree Road in Iselin, New Jersey, the store is one of four small stores

The store’s Instagram page features some of her jewelry on display. Located on Oak Tree Road in Iselin, New Jersey, the store is one of four small stores

“The callous disregard for law and order has become normal in New Jersey,” said Rik Mehta, a former U.S. Senate nominee, adding, “I and many community leaders will be hearing responses and action from the Woodbridge-elected Democrats this week.” support financially.”

“Over 96 hours later and only more silence from Gov. Phil Murphy,” said Hirsh Singh, a political candidate running for state governor.

He added: “Your actions are being closely monitored at this time and I again urge you to make a public statement on how and what is being done to keep the people and local businesses safe and what is being done to protect the.” bring perpetrators to justice.’

The Woodbury Police Department encourages those with information to contact the detectives at (732) 624-7700.