Shovel, brick used in jewelry heists

  • Friday, March 4, 2022 2:42pm
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Two thieves headed to the store with a shovel. Courtesy Photo

Thieves used a shovel and a brick to break into two jewelry stores recently on Winslow Way on Bainbridge Island .

About $20,000 in merchandize was stolen from a display case when BI Gold and Jewelry was broken into. A brick was used to smash a window to get in and once inside a glass display case was broken.

Also, a shovel was used to break a window at Bainbridge Diamond and Jewelry. They stole items from the window display. Surveillance video from a nearby business shows the two culprits running away from the store with merchandise.

Anyone with information on either crime is asked to call Bainbridge police at 206-842-5211.

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