$300,000 in jewelry stolen at gunpoint from south Sacramento store, owner says

A jewelry store owner in south Sacramento tells KCRA 3 that armed gunmen nearly cleaned him out.The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office confirmed with KCRA 3 that robbers hit that jewelry store on Florin Road on Friday afternoon. At the business owner’s request, KCRA 3 is not sharing his name or the name of the jewelry store.The owner of the store said two people came into his shop and stole about $300,000 worth of jewelry. He told KCRA 3 the suspects pointed their weapons at him and stole almost everything in the store. He added that they only dropped a few items as they ran away.Everything was caught on camera – and the owner says that surveillance footage is being given to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office. Detectives do not want the video to be released to the public, because they say it could impede their investigation.The owner also told KCRA 3 that he believes at least one of the suspects came into his store a short time before the robbery.The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said detectives are still in the preliminary stages of the investigation. As of Friday night, they are still searching for the suspects, calling this an “active and ongoing criminal investigation.”Sheriff’s office robbery detectives are asking anyone with information about what happened to give them a call at 916-874-TIPS (8477) or the Communications Center at 916-874-5115.Stay with KCRA 3 for updates on this developing story.

A jewelry store owner in south Sacramento tells KCRA 3 that armed gunmen nearly cleaned him out.

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office confirmed with KCRA 3 that robbers hit that jewelry store on Florin Road on Friday afternoon. At the business owner’s request, KCRA 3 is not sharing his name or the name of the jewelry store.

The owner of the store said two people came into his shop and stole about $300,000 worth of jewelry. He told KCRA 3 the suspects pointed their weapons at him and stole almost everything in the store. He added that they only dropped a few items as they ran away.

Everything was caught on camera – and the owner says that surveillance footage is being given to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office. Detectives do not want the video to be released to the public, because they say it could impede their investigation.

The owner also told KCRA 3 that he believes at least one of the suspects came into his store a short time before the robbery.

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said detectives are still in the preliminary stages of the investigation. As of Friday night, they are still searching for the suspects, calling this an “active and ongoing criminal investigation.”

Sheriff’s office robbery detectives are asking anyone with information about what happened to give them a call at 916-874-TIPS (8477) or the Communications Center at 916-874-5115.

Stay with KCRA 3 for updates on this developing story.

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