$80K worth of jewelry stolen from consignment store

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ENCINITAS, Calif. – Authorities are asking for the public’s assistance to help identify and locate a man and a woman wanted in connection with two burglaries that happened at a store in Encinitas.

Sheriffs Investigators have identified them as 52-year old Rob Scott and 42-year old Heidi Doyle.  The pictures of the thieves were released Thursday afternoon.

"They did a smash and grab, where he just smashed through the side here," said Le Baker, Store Manager.

jewelry-theftBaker is the manager of Consignment Classics in Encinitas, she said the first strike happened at about 3 a.m. on August 20th.

Surveillance video shared with Fox 5, shows a man boldly walking into the store, it's believed to be Scott.

"He was caught on film he even looked up at our cameras and put his hoodie on," said Baker.

The thief took $30,000 jewelry from a high-end jewelry from display case.

On September 2nd, the same thief was seen on surveillance again, spotted crawling into the store in an attempt to avoid cameras.

He stole about $50,000 in jewelry from a display case.

"We feel that we had possibly seem him," said Baker.
Doyle was also caught on camera, employees said they remember she was in the store looking at the rings.  They also believe the pair were in the store casing it out in the weeks prior to the crime.
"When people just come in quick look at the jewelry cases and then go out, that gives us a signal," said Baker.
Now as investigators work to find Scott and Doyle, Baker said they will have plenty to clues to help them.
"We are receiving phone calls from people that have said they possibly recognized him," said the store manager.
Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward to anyone with information that leads to an arrest in this case. Anyone with information is asked to call the North Coastal Sheriff’s Station at 760-966-3500 or Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at 888-580-8477. People can also send anonymous email and text messages via www.sdcrimestoppers.org.
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