Grandville Jewelry Store Robbed with Hammers, Police Looking for Suspects
Grandville Police need help in catching two suspects who robbed a jewelry store on Thursday, the 22nd.
A press release from the police department states that two armed men walked into Jared's Galleria of Jewelers, on Rivertown Pkwy., around 5:30 p.m. and smashed open a case with a hammer and were able to get away with "an undisclosed amount of jewelry."
No one was hurt during the robbery, thankfully, but the men left the store and drove off in a tan 4-door Chevy Malibu. The suspects were caught on security camera but both were masked.
If anyone has any information about the robbery or any clues to help law enforcement catch the men, you're asked to contact the Grandville Police Department at (616) 538-6110 or the Silent Observer at (616) 774-2345.
This is the second robbery to occur this week in Grandville. On Monday, a woman was caught on camera running out of the store with a handful of clothes (about $300 worth) from Uptown Cheapskate. The woman threatened staff when confronted. Outside of the store, was a getaway driver waiting for her. As of Friday, the suspects still hadn't been caught.