Police collaborating to locate thieves
A screenshot from the surveillance video at Douglas Diamonds shows one suspect entering through the broken glass of the front door with a yellow crowbar in his hand. (Screenshot courtesy of the Faribault Police Department)
Douglas Diamonds break-in
The three suspects wore dark clothing with their hoods pulled up over their heads and faces covered. This screenshot provided by the Faribault Police Department also shows the yellow farm gloves and yellow crowbar police hope will help point them to who broke in to Douglas Diamonds early Saturday morning.
- Anyone with information
Anyone with possible information about the suspects or the incident may call Det. Brandon Gliem at 507-334-0947.
Go to www.faribault.com to view the surveillance video and its three angles in its entirety.
Posted: Tuesday, April 17, 2012 8:45 am
Updated: 1:43 pm, Fri Apr 20, 2012.
At first glance, the person appears to be waiting for someone outside the door of Douglas Diamonds. The person, Suspect A, walks past the door, then back, and then leans into the glass front door.
Just three seconds later a second person, Suspect B, appears and quickly smashes in the glass of the door with a yellow crowbar. Suspect B steps aside and Suspect A climbs through the bottom half of the door, quickly followed by a third person, Suspect C.
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012 8:45 am.
Updated: 1:43 pm.