On 4/18/19, at approximately 7:45 p.m., a male subject entered a jewelry store and asked to see diamond earrings for his girlfriend. During the sales presentation, the subject took diamond earrings and placed them in his pocket. He then attempted to hand the sales associate a different earring which he had in his other hand. The sales associate pushed the panic button and requested assistance from another associate. Before the police responded, the subject returned the original earrings from his pocket. No arrest was made because the subject never left the store. The subject was described as a 5’8” Black male. He weighs 170 lbs and has dark skin with faded hair. He used the first name Theodore.

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