A $10,000 Rolex reported stolen in Empire Pass
April 8, 2014
An expensive watch disappeared from a residence in Empire Pass in late March, the Park City Police Department said.
The watch, a Rolex, is valued at $10,000, according to the Police Department.
In an online posting in early April, the police said the owner indicated the watch was stolen during a party. The police took the report late in the afternoon on April 1. The party was approximately 10 days before the police received the report. The person told the police between 25 and 30 people were in attendance.
The person discovered the watch was missing afterward.
The investigation is continuing.
People with information about the missing watch may contact the Police Department at 615-5500 or the department’s anonymous-tip line, 615-5847. The department also operates an online tip form. The address is:
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