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Police: Women stole Rolexes from Las Vegas tourists, hid them in their bodies

Updated Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014 | 4:09 p.m.

Charmella Triggs

Charmella Triggs

Trinity Kennard

Trinity Kennard

Bryanna Warren

Bryanna Warren

Police say that three women who joined a pair of Encore hotel guests in their room distracted them during sex to steal their Rolex watches, which they later hid in their bodies during the getaway.

Metro Police say Bryanna Warren, Trinity Kennard and Charmella Triggs took the two watches, worth about $16,000 combined, from the hotel room of two Indian tourists Aug. 17 after engaging in sexual activities with the men.

The women were indicted Wednesday on charges of conspiracy to commit grand larceny, robbery and grand larceny.

According to the arrest report:

Warren and Triggs approached one of the men at a hotel bar. The man and the women returned to a hotel room shared by the tourists, where Kennard joined them. The man's friend arrived soon after.

While engaging in sexual activities with the two men, the women allegedly persuaded them to remove their watches. According to the report, the men then noticed the Rolex Submariner, valued at about $12,000, and the Rolex GMT Master, worth about $4,000, were missing.

One of the men then chased the fleeing women to an elevator, and Triggs activated a stun gun to keep him away, the report said.

Police say surveillance video from the elevator shows two of the women squatting and inserting items into their vaginal areas.

One of the victims contacted hotel security, who notified police and tracked the women's whereabouts via surveillance video. Metro officers caught up with the women in the hotel's taxi pickup area.

According to the report, police found a Submariner watch in Warren's purse during a search, and Kennard removed a GMT Master from her vagina in the presence of officers. The watches were returned to the men.

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