Deputies investigating Mooresville jewelry thefts

  

Pictured above: The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help identifying these individuals in its investigation of two jewelry thefts – Submitted photos

PRESS RELEASE

On Wednesday, December 12, 2018 the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office responded to, two residential breaking, and entering’s which had been reported off of Brawley School Road.

The first incident was reported off of Brookridge Drive, which is located off of McKendree Road. In this incident the suspects(s) entered the residence through the kitchen window. The suspects(s) used an unknown tool to break the window lock, and then enter the residence. The suspect(s) went through each room emptying all the drawers and cabinets. The only item stolen was a jewelry box which contained numerous pieces of jewelry.

A witness in the area noticed a blue in color, two door Saturn car. The witness advised it pulled onto Brookridge Drive at a high rate of speed. A few minutes later, the same car left the area at a high rate of speed. The only other description was it appeared as if a white female was driving the vehicle.

The second break in was reported approximately an hour later in the area of Crystal Circle off of Wood duck Loop. In this incident, the suspect(s) broke into the residence by prying the basement door open. Stolen from this residence was a jewelry box containing several pieces of jewelry and a gun. A witness in the area noticed a blue Saturn, similar to the one seen in the area of Brookridge Drive. The witness managed to take pictures of the suspects, and the vehicle. In the pictures a female is in the driver seat, and it appears to be a black male walking around the vehicle talking to the female.

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office is asking for community assistance in identifying these people of interest. If you know these individuals, or have any further information about these cases, please call Detective Clodfelter at 704-878-3180.

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