A MAN has been arrested over a face jewellers theft at an Alsons store in the City of Adelaide.
Key points:Police say they were called to the jeweler on Sunday at around 2:45pmThe suspect, a 28-year-old man, allegedly took jewellery worth more than $30,000 from the jewelleryThe man was arrested at the scene and taken to Adelaide Police StationThe man allegedly took a box of jewellery from the storeThe man, who is from South Australia, has been charged with theft of property valued at more than more than R1 millionThe suspect is a 28 year old man from Adelaide, who police allege stole jewellery valued at over $30 000 from the Alson Jewelers in the CBD at about 2:40pm on Sunday.
He is expected to appear in Adelaide Magistrates Court on Monday.
Police allege the suspect allegedly took the jewellery, valued at about $30k, from the jewelers.
“The suspect had been in Adelaide since June last year,” Acting Senior Constable John Brouwer said.
“This was the third incident of this nature where a jewellery store has been robbed and we’re hoping this will deter others from committing these crimes.”
We’re hoping that these two incidents will deter other jewelers from committing this type of crime.
“The suspect has been taken to the Adelaide Police station.
Anyone with information about the incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.