Reward offered in "smash-and-grab" jewelry store heist

- Police are offering a reward to help find three suspects accused of breaking into a Valley jewelry store.

Officers say the crime happened on September 22 at about 3am.  They say the three suspects broke into the Jewelry Exchange at I-17 & Sweetwater by smashing the glass of the front door of the shop.  The suspects then broke the glass in several jewelry cases and stole the property inside, which is valued at more than $1800.

The first suspect is described a white or Hispanic man, 25 to 35 years old, anywhere from five feet eight inches to six feet tall, about 200 to 230 pounds, with a full beard and bushy black hair.  He was reportedly wearing a black and red baseball hat, a black t-shirt and red shorts.

The second suspect is described a man, 20 to 30 years old, from five feet eight inches to six feet tall, and wearing a dark long-sleeved shirt and pants.

The third suspect is described as a white man, five feet eight to six feet tall, with short brown hair.  He was reportedly wearing a black shirt, blue jeans and a bandana.

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