Police Seek Help Identifying Thief Who Stole $10,000 Worth Of Jewelry

SMITHFIELD – Smithfield Police are sharing surveillance camera images of a suspect who reportedly stole $10,000 worth of jewelry from a local business. Police hope someone with recognize this man and contact investigators.

On Wednesday, April 27th, the man went to Lee Jewelry & Cell Phone at 1025 Outlet Center Drive. The suspect asked to try on some jewelry. Once he had the jewelry he ran out the door.

The suspect is described as a black male wearing a red FILA hat, black FILA jogging pants, a white shirt and black facemask.

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to contact Sgt. Blinson at 919- 989-1064 or cmblinson@smithfieldpd.org.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Stores should now have “No Masks Allowed” signs. How is anybody going to recognize that guy?

  2. Any customer that wants to try on jewelry should have their drivers license verified and copied by the store clerk before trying it on, just like they do when you test drive a car. Also no more that one piece of jewelry should taken out at a time. They also should consider digital hand scanning for anyone that wants to try on jewelry. Times are changing…..

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