This Guy Pulled Off The Clumsiest Jewelery Robbery Ever

March 20, 2016 Updated: March 20, 2016

It’s not really too clear what this robbery suspect was trying to do exactly.

At a Zales jewelry store near Dallas, Texas, two men canvassed the store before one of the men jumped the counter, hit an employee, and left with some jewelry. A video of the incident was posted by Rockwall Police a few weeks ago.

A few days later, James Glenn Wallace, 31, of Plano, and Clayton Michael Duckworth, 20, of Bonham, were arrested after the U.S. Marshals Service and Texas Rangers located them in Dallas, according to the Dallas News.

The men are suspected of robbing another jewelry store earlier this year.

Police said social media coverage of the robbery helped lead to their identification and arrest.

Duckworth and Wallace were both charged with one count of robbery and face an additional theft charge. They were taken to the Collin County jail and then to the Rockwall County jail.