Police ID Suspect in Theft of Diamond Rings

Police have identified one of the four men who they say stole thousands of dollars-worth of jewelry from a store inside a Chester County mall.

Police say three men walked inside the Zales Store at the Exton Square Mall in West Whiteland Township on December 27, around 4:15 p.m.

The men allegedly separated once inside and spoke to different employees, asking to look at jewelry. Investigators say the men then left without buying anything.

Shortly after, the employees discovered two diamond rings, worth a total of $15,000, were missing from a display cabinet. Police say one of the suspects had stolen them while inside.

The first suspect is described as a thin, dark-skinned man between the ages of 35 and 45, standing 6-foot-2 with salt and pepper hair and a beard.

Police identified the second suspect as 57-year-old Kevin Blagmon (Pictured) of N. Stillman Street in Philadelphia.

The third suspect is described as an average-built man around 60 years of age, standing 5-foot-6 with salt and pepper hair. Police also say he was missing a few front teeth and carried a cigar and a necklace with a handgun shaped charm containing diamonds.

Police also say a fourth suspect was involved but they have not yet released his description.

Police say a warrant has been obtained for Blagmon's arrest. They continue to search for him as well as the other three suspects, who have not yet been identified. Police also say the stolen rings have not been recovered.

If you have any information, please call the West Whiteland Township Police Department (610)-692-5100.

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