NBC10 Philadelphia - Jesse Gary
Police in Chester county are close to announcing reward money, to help them capture the people who not only invaded a man's home, but then robbed his jewelry store. Authorities estimate the men stole between $600,000 and 1.2 million dollars from the store. NBC10's Jesse Gary reports from the Tredyffrin Township police headquarters.
Police in Chester County are close to announcing reward money, to help them capture four men wanted in a home invasion, kidnapping and jewelry store robbery.
Investigators say the four masked men, armed with semi-automatic handguns, forced their way into the Tredyffrin Township home of a jewelry store owner last Friday.
The armed men forced him to drive to his East Norriton jewelry store, Shuler's, where they made him open the safe with precious jewels inside.
Police say insurance agents are still working on exact figures of how much the jewelry was worth, but estimate it's between $600,000 and $1.2 million dollars.
The men also stole the owner's car. Tredyffrin Township Police hope this reward will prompt someone to come forward with information.