Knicks star Derrick Williams was the victim of a robbery allegedly involving two women he brought home from a Meatpacking District club, and now police are releasing images of the twosome.

Last Saturday, Williams noticed that more than $600,000 in jewelry was gone after he brought back two women the previous night from the Up&Down Club on West 14th Street, the New York Daily News reported, adding that police are now calling those two women “persons of interest” in the alleged theft

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Police said that this may not be the first robbery allegedly carried out by the duo, ABC stated in a related report, adding that police believe they may have worked in other clubs, targeting men for robbery.

Williams’ disappeared items include a $145,000 watch, a Hennessey logo-emblazoned diamond chain worth $25,000 and a $35,000 Rolex, police sources said to the Daily News.

Police have now released footage that shows the two women at the Up&Down Club, the Daily News added, also stating that the club was the same location where rapper Azealia Banks allegedly bit a security guard’s breast last week.

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The Knicks star did not get much sympathy from his neighbors, according to ABC, which stated that many believe he exercised poor judgment in the incident.