Daylight robbery of Rehoboth Beach jewelry store – thugs go to the beach!

 

Rehoboth Beach Daylight Jewelry Store Heist

Rehoboth Beach Daylight Jewelry Store Heist

 

SPECIAL from THE BEACH NEWS by Alan Henney

REHOBOTH, DEL. (Sept. 2, 2014) — Police are looking for three suspects who robbed the Dynasty Jewelers in Penny Lane Mall in the ocean block of Rehoboth Avenue Saturday afternoon. Lt. William L. Sullivan, Rehoboth Beach police spokesman, says officers responded to the store at 42 Rehoboth Avenue for a reported strong-armed robbery around 3:50 p.m.

The clerk told police that two men and a woman entered the store and stood in a tight group in front of a display case. They were obstructing the clerk’s view from the other side of the store.

While attempting to block her view, Lt. Sullivan says one of the men lifted the top glass of the display case and removed a tray with about seven diamond rings attached to it.

The clerk suddenly realized what happened and demanded that they return the jewelry.

But one of the men along with the woman ran from the store, headed south through Penny Lane Mall, Lt. Sullivan says. The third suspect with the jewelry in his possession also fled, but he ran west on Rehoboth Avenue after a brief struggle with the clerk who attempted to restrain him by holding his shirt.

He is described as a black man about 6′ tall with short hair in his mid to late 30’s. He wore a dark purple polo shirt and dark-colored dress pants. Police described the second suspect as a black male with short hair about 6′ tall, average build, wearing a blue polo shirt with horizontal stripes and dark-colored dress pants. The third suspect is a black female who was about 5′ 6″ and wearing a wig with hair that was tampered to the collar. She wore a brown shirt and slacks.

Lt. Sullivan says no weapons were displayed at any time. No demands or threats were made. No notes were displayed. There were no injuries. Estimated value of jewelry stolen is between $20,000 and $40,000. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 302-227-2577.

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