Jewelry Worth $50K Stolen From Jewelry Store in Prescott

15 June 2016   Deputy Chief Amy Bonney
Police Seek Help of Community With Recent Jewelry Store Burglary

On June 12th, 2016 the Prescott Police Department began an investigation into a burglary which had occurred at the Trail’s End Antique Store, located at 107 E. Gurley Street, in Prescott. Police Officers and Detectives determined that an unknown suspect(s) had entered the store sometime between 6:00 P.M. on June 11th and 10:00 A.M. on June 12th.

The owner of the store, a 75 year old Prescott man reported that he had locked up the store for the evening on June 11th and discovered the store had been burglarized when he opened the next day. The victim reported approximately $50,000.00 in merchandise had been taken from the store.

Detectives investigating the case learned upon entering the store, the suspect(s) had used a tool to pry open a door which led to a storage area and also the main store itself. The suspect(s) smashed several display cases and removed multiple items from the store and the display cases, including valuable coins, antique jewelry and antique ivory figurines. The total value of the missing items is over $50,000.00.

It is possible the suspects(s) may have entered the store through an unsecured door, which led to the main portion of the store, where they removed the items.

Prescott Police Detectives are asking for the help of our community to solve this case. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Prescott Police Detective Daryl Gladstein at (928)777-1927. Those who wish to remain anonymous and who want a cash reward must call Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232.

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