Police may have break in JCPenney burglary | TheUnion.com

Police may have break in JCPenney burglary

Sacramento area police arrested two suspects today on suspicion for the recent smash and grab burglary at JCPenney in Grass Valley.

According to Grass Valley Police Capt. Don Muren, the men were allegedly found in a stolen car that had articles in it that tied them to the mid-March burglary. He did not have details or names of the suspects, but said two Grass Valley detectives were dispatched to Sacramento to work the case

Burglars smashed the front window of the store at 3:24 a.m. March 14 and set off an alarm, They then smashed the jewelry display cases and were gone with $50,000 worth of gold watches and chains in three minutes before police arrived.

A witness called police at 3:30 a.m. that morning and said a silver Dodge Magnum was seen leaving the burglary scene with three male passengers in it.

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