are investigating a Nov. 13 incident in which three men broke into and stole $30,000 worth of jewelry.
Police have no suspects at this time and are awaiting video surveillance from the store for analysis, said Cmdr. Jay Alberio.
During the early-morning hours of Nov. 13, the men broke into Kay Jewelers through a side door, smashed several display cases and made off with the jewelry.
Police have viewed the surveillance footage on the store’s system, Alberio said, but were unable to glean an accurate description of the men from the initial look.
The items stolen were among the store’s less expensive jewelry, Alberio said. The more expensive jewelry was locked in a secure case, though there was a lot of damage done to the store in general, he said.
The store’s alarm was tripped during the break-in, according to a police report. Two men took the items and the third served as a lookout, the report says.
was also broken into last week, and investigators are trying to determine if the cases are linked, Alberio said. In the Yang’s break-in, perpetrators used a similar mode of entry and took money from cash drawers, he said.