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Multiple Jewelry Stores Burglarized in Stockton Without Arrests April 23, 2023 (0 comments)


Stockton, CA-- Multiple jewelry stores in Stockton have been targeted this month with thieves getting away with thousands of dollars worth of jewelry and no arrests made.

Stockton police said the first burglary happened at King's Jewelry on North El Dorado Street on April 10 just before 3:30 a.m. A car was used to smash the storefront with a loss of $70,000, reported CBS13 Sacramento.

Kim Hoan Jewelry on North El Dorado Street was then burglarized on April 18 at around 3:35 a.m. when a car reversed into the storefront and about seven or eight suspects dressed in hoodies swarmed the store trying to grab anything they could, according to CBS13. The robbery was caught on surveillance video.


[image of a CBS13 Sacramento robbery video]

"This is not safe anymore," the owner of Kim Hoan, Andy H, told CBS13. "I do not feel safe anymore."

On April 21, Guillermo's Jewelry on San Joaquin Street in Downtown Stockton was hit. Police said two armed suspects robbed the owner as he was out in front of his store with his bag, CB13 reports. They said the owner fired several gunshots at the black sedan as the two suspects got away.

This is the second time Guillermo's been targeted. In January 2022, the owners were followed home, pistol whipped and robbed, CBS13 reports. This is still an open case according to police.

Read to full report from CBS13 Sacramento.

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