Police seek suspects who stole $100K in jewelry from pawn shop
Police are looking for the burglars who stole more than $100,000 in jewelry from a Brentwood pawn shop.
It happened at the E-Z Cash Pawn Shop just after midnight on June 11.
Steve Ulloa says when he came into work that morning, the store was turned upside down.
Police say the burglars got into the store by breaking the lock on the front door. News 12 is told they fled in a waiting car.
This is the second burglary to happen at E-Z Cash Pawn Shop in less than a year.
News 12 reported last October that a gun-toting robber wearing a hood and motorcycle helmet entered the store and took three trays of jewelry out of the display cases. That suspect fled on a waiting motorcycle.
The pawn shop workers say they replaced all of the stolen jewelry and stepped up security after the latest burglary.
Police are urging anyone with information about either burglary to call them.