On 9/4/22, a team member noticed that one side of the gold tower spinner was empty. After a review of CCTV, a male subject who has been known to steal from gold spinners in the south Florida market was observed in the store at 8:05 pm on 9/3/22. Further review showed the subject walking around the store looking at merchandise.  Team members reported that they did ask him if they could assist him with anything specific and he stated he was “just looking around”. Between 8:08 p.m. and 8:14 p.m., the subject was seen standing by the spinner case and appeared to be adjusting it.

At 8:14 p.m. the subject was seen walking away from the tower and was seen walking around the store. At 8:17 p.m., the individual was seen returning to the gold tower and was seen using what appears to be a key or tool to open the tower case. During this time, the subject was seen removing items from the tower and sticking them down the front of his pants. During this time, the team members were already assisting other guests. These other guests are not believed to be involved. At 8:19 p.m., the subject is seen leaving the store with the items. The subject was described as a Black male. He is 25-28 years old, and 6”0 tall. He weighs 165 lbs and was last seen wearing black pants, a black t-shirt with lettering on the front, and a 2 tone dark white baseball cap. If you have any information regarding this subject, please contact the Jewelers’ Security Alliance at

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