North Texas store owner offering $10K reward to ID man who stole $75K in jewelry
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CORINTH, Texas - The owner of a jewelry store in Corinth is asking for the public's help to identify the person who stole $75,000 worth of jewelry from his business.
Security cameras caught the burglar walking into the GSA Coins and Jewelry store located off Swisher Rd., off 35E.
The theft happened at 7 a.m., on April 7.
The store's owner says the thief made off with $75,000 worth of gold, coins, and cash.
The suspect then left the scene in a white Dodge Ram that did not have a license plate.
A $10,000 reward is being offered by the store owner to help identify the person responsible for this theft.