Video released from jewelry store robbery in hopes for new tips
IDAHO FALLS — Police have released camera footage showing the suspects of a jewelry store robbery earlier this month.
Idaho Falls Police Department spokeswoman Jessica Clements said investigators hope the video and new photos will help generate tips. Police have been searching for the suspects since Dec. 10, when the two masked individuals robbed and assaulted an employee at Don’s Custom Jewelry and Repair on 1st Street.
Police announced shortly after the robbery that the men used a stun gun on the employee during the heist. The men took jewelry and fled north on Eastview Drive.
A large contingent of law enforcement flooded the surrounding neighborhood but were unable to find the suspects.
Police ask anyone who can recognize the suspects from the video or photos to immediately contact the Idaho Falls Police Department at (208)-529-1200.
“Tipsters who provide information to Crime Stoppers that leads to the successful identification and arrest of one or both of the suspects may be eligible for a cash reward,” Clements said.