Troy Police continue to search for jewelry store break-in suspects

(Photo: Troy Police Department)

TROY, Ohio (WDTN) — Troy Police continue to look for at least two men who broke into a jewelry store October 23.

A detective told 2 NEWS the police department is still searching for the suspects and the vehicles used during the robbery.

The break-in happened at Harris Jewelers in the 2300 block of W. Main St. in the early morning hours of Monday, October 23rd and surveillance cameras caught one of the suspects on tape who is described as a white man, wearing a black ball cap and a red, hooded sweatshirt with black lettering.

The suspect was recorded taking an undisclosed amount of merchandise from the store. A description of other suspects was not readily available.

Police are also looking for two vehicles used during the break-in.

One is described as a dark, newer model Chevy Traverse.

Photo: Troy Police Department


The other is described as a light, older model Chevy Blazer or GMC Jimmy.

Photo: Troy Police Department


Anyone with information regarding the break-in is asked to call Troy Police at 937-339-7525 or the Miami County Communications Center at 937-440-9911.

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