On 10/11/20, at approximately 5:10 p.m., a subject visited a store and began talking on his cellphone as he waited for sales associates to finish assisting other guests. A sales associate approached the subject to assist him. The subject stated he was from Las Vegas, NV and he was interested in looking at engagement rings. During the presentation, his interest shifted to gold chains. An additional guest entered the store. The subject stepped away to make a phone call to his “mom.”

Once the sales associate finished assisting the other guest, the sales associate re-approached the subject. The subject stated he noticed the store carried a brand of high-end watches. The sales associate presented the watch. The subject placed the watch on his wrist and asked to view it in a mirror. As the sales associate and subject began walking toward a mirror, the subject ran from the store. No one was injured.

The subject was described as a 5’11” White male. He is 160 lbs. and approximately 25-years-old. He was last seen wearing a Nike windbreaker jacket, dark jeans, a black hat and a black small Nike messenger bag over his shoulder. On his left cheek he had a tattoo of a red “Spitfire” skateboard brand logo. On his left hand he had a tattoo of a red rose with green behind it. He said his name was Jeremy. If you have any information regarding this subject, please email the Jewelers’ Security Alliance at .


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