Police trying to solve the smash and grab theft
Omaha Police say it happened on April 14th at 6:20 p.m. Officers were called to the Crossroads Sears Store in regards to a theft.
An employee told officers he saw a black male enter the store in all dark clothing with a bandana covering his face. The suspect ran to a jewelry counter, took out a brick then smashed the jewelry case.
The thief grabbed 17 gold chains and ran outside to a waiting vehicle. The chains were valued at $11,000. The suspect is a black male, 6 feet tall wearing a black hoody, blue shirt, black jeans, black shoes and what appeared to be a purple bandana over his face.
The vehicle used was found to have been stolen and has already been recovered.
Click here to see video of the theft. http://youtu.be/seIxFLzgbLw