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Park City police release image of suspect in Main Street jewelry burglary

An image taken from a surveillance video shows the suspect in the burglary of a Main Street jewelry store. The Park City Police Department says the person used a hammer to smash the window.
Courtesy of the Park City Police Department

The Park City Police Department on Thursday released an image of a suspect in the burglary of a Main Street jewelry store, but the image, taken from a surveillance camera, does not appear to show identifying traits.

The image, captured by a camera above the suspect, shows a gloved person dressed in black and wearing a hooded mask outside Park City Jewelers. The Police Department said the person used a hammer to smash the glass window, providing access to the jewelry. Additional information about the suspect was not available.

The Police Department also released images of the approximately 20 pieces of jewelry that were taken. They include diamond and tanzanite rings, an amethyst pendant and a pendant made of amethyst and diamond.

The Police Department wants assistance in identifying the person. Anybody with information may contact Stuart Rollins, a detective, at 615-5535 or stuart.rollins@parkcity.org.

The smash-and-grab burglary occurred at 4:40 a.m. on Saturday, April 27. The perpetrator fled before the police arrived as they responded to a burglary alarm.


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