The FBI says it will release names of people arrested in its ongoing investigation into the Macy’s robbery and theft case, but the name of those arrested in the case will not be released until the case is resolved.
Macy’s is investigating the January 2015 robbery at a store in Chicago, Illinois.
It says the alleged thieves, who are believed to be armed and dangerous, took cash and jewelry and made off with a whopping $1.2 million worth of merchandise.
Macy’s says that its investigation shows that one of the suspects entered the store through the back door and entered through the front door.
Marmys spokesperson Dan Wiedefeld told NBC News that the FBI has not yet confirmed the identity of the suspect arrested in Chicago.
Wiedebeld added that while the FBI will release the name, he didn’t want to make any public statements that may further delay the investigation.
“It’s not just a name.
It’s the person that is arrested, what they did, where they’re from, their race and gender, anything that we may know,” Wiedelebeld said.
The case has become an international flashpoint because of a photo that was taken inside Macy’s store.
The store is located in the city’s Logan Square neighborhood and features a huge display of clothing, shoes, and accessories.
The FBI says that while it is investigating whether the photo was taken at the store or not, they are not releasing any further details until the investigation is complete.
The investigation is continuing, but as of yet, Macy’s has not released any names.