Police: $200,000 burglary at Macy's

July 15, 2009 9:48:42 AM PDT
Police are looking for help in solving a burglary that netted criminals about $200,000 worth of watches from a Delaware department store in June. State Police say late on June 14th, troopers responded to burglary alarms at the Macy's Department Store in the Christiana Mall.

Responding officers found glass doors on the south entrance were broken out, but did not locate any suspects inside.

When Macy's workers conducted an inventory, they found that the burglars had smashed jewelry cases and made off with about $200,000 in watches.

A photograph of the suspects' vehicle was captured by cameras outside the mall. However, video cameras inside the store did not capture images of the bandit(s).

Police want anyone with information about to this case call (302) 834-2630 ext. 207 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333.

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