Police Search For Walmart Jewelry Heist Suspects

February 24, 2014
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Police search for woman believed to have stolen jewelry from the Aurora store.

Police search for woman believed to have stolen jewelry from the Aurora store.

Authorities are investigating an alleged jewelry theft from the Aurora Walmart.

Police Chief Josh Daugherty said his agency is seeking assistance from the community in identifying suspects they believe to be involved in the theft on Wednesday, Jan., 29, around 6:30 p.m.

Approximately $375 worth of jewelry was stolen, Daugherty added.

Police are searching for a dark haired, white female who reportedly took numerous items. Other suspects arrived with the female and may have assisted in the theft.

It’s been a difficult month for the Aurora Walmart. Autorties are also searching for two men they believe stole $6,5000 worth of iPhones from the store on Thursday, Feb. 13.

If you recognize any of these individuals, please contact the Aurora Police Department at (812) 926-1101.

Multiple suspects are being sought for alleged involvement in a Walmart jewelry heist.

Multiple suspects are being sought for alleged involvement in a Walmart jewelry heist.

(Image: Aurora Police Department)

(Image: Aurora Police Department)

(Image: Aurora Police Department)

(Image: Aurora Police Department)

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