Burglary temporarily closes Plainfield jewellery retail outlet

PLAINFIELD, Ind. — The entrepreneurs of a jewelry retailer in Plainfield have been pressured to near briefly following a burglary early Tuesday early morning that left injury to their business enterprise.

The proprietors of Mason Jewelers posted on Fb that the individuals who broke in destroyed and smashed instances containing items.

They shared surveillance video clip of the theft in hopes of getting info that could assist law enforcement.

Plainfield Law enforcement are investigating the theft and reported officers responded to a small business alarm all around 5 a.m. Tuesday, March 1.

On arrival officers discovered the jewelry store had been burglarized by at least two suspects, who took an undisclosed amount of money of jewelry.

They are now analyzing video clip and other lead information and facts in hopes of acquiring the suspects.

The store’s owners explained they will reopen when attainable introducing the good news is all buyer items was properly locked up in a safe and sound, and none of it taken.

The same keep was robbed in 2019, that time the suspect got absent with $10,000 in jewellery. The theft transpired though the retailer was open up and was caught on camera as very well.

If you have any data about the Tuesday morning theft, you can get in touch with Plainfield Law enforcement Detective Sgt. Brian Bugler at (317) 754-5323 or [email protected], and information can be provided anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at (317) 262-Guidelines.