Jewelry Crime Stories: June 25–July 8



A roundup of jewelry store crimes from the past two weeks:

New Jersey Hold-Up Turns Violent

Eatontown, N.J. Two armed suspects stole cash from Atlantic Gold Buyers on June 25. One of the suspects threatened the clerk with a handgun while the other allegedly poked the clerk in the chest with a knife. The suspects tied the employee with electrical cord and duct taped his mouth.

Anyone with information is requested to contact police at 732-389-7644.

California Police Search For Armed Robbers

Petaluma, Calif. Four masked men armed with handguns broke into Joyeria Los Pinos on June 29. The suspects demanded cash and jewelry and then fled the scene with the stolen goods in a Volkswagon Jetta.

Anyone with information is requested to contact the Petaluma Police Department at 707-778-4372.

New Jersey Jewelry Store Hit With Smash and Grab Robbery

Red Bank, N.J. On July 8, two suspects wearing masks broke into A.H. Fisher Diamonds and stole an undisclosed amount of jewelry. Surveillance footage shows the suspects using crowbars to smash the windows and display cases. When police arrived at the scene, the two suspects had already fled.

Anyone with information is requested to contact Red Bank police at 732-530-2700.