Police are hoping to chat with two women who partied with Knicks forward Derrick Williams right before more than $600,000 in jewelry disappeared from his apartment Saturday morning.
On Wednesday, cops released video of the two women, taken from a surveillance camera at Up&Down on West 14th St., a nightclub in Chelsea.
According to police, the women entered Williams’ apartment at about 5:20 a.m. Saturday. They stayed for about 90 minutes, and after they left, Williams realized about $617,000 in pricey trinkets had gone missing.
Police are referring to the two women as “persons of interest” in the theft.
The swag included a $145,000 watch, a diamond chain bearing the Hennessy logo worth $25,000 and a $35,000 Rolex, police sources said.
Up&Down is the same nightclub where authorities said rapper Azealia Banks bit the breast of a security guard after a dispute about a private party on Dec. 16.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.