3 persons took an believed $50,000 in gold and silver from a downtown Palo Alto jewelry retailer in a brazen smash-and-grab burglary early Thursday early morning, police Lt. Con Maloney reported.
The burglars smashed a glass front door at De Novo Fine Modern day Jewellery at 250 College Ave. at about 12:50 a.m. on Nov. 18. A close by stability guard listened to the commotion and termed the police. Two men and women entered the retail store even though a 3rd person waited in a getaway motor vehicle on Ramona Avenue.
As soon as within, the burglars smashed three significant jewellery instances and stole bracelets, earrings, rings and necklaces. They fled in what appeared to be a light blue minivan of an mysterious make and model, Maloney claimed. The van fled north on Ramona Avenue toward Lytton Avenue. Officers responded immediately but ended up not able to locate the automobile and its passengers, Maloney claimed.
Law enforcement have attained movie of the heist. Investigators do not know the gender of the two burglars. 1 who wore a dark hoodie, darkish trousers, sweatshirt and encounter covering was about 5 ft, 8 inches to 6 feet, 2 inches tall. The 2nd burglar also wore dim trousers, a dim sweatshirt and a mask and was among 5 ft, 7 inches and 5 toes, 10 inches tall.
On Friday morning, a individual who answered the door at De Novo stated they had been nonetheless “in recovery manner” and declined an job interview. A indication on the boarded-up doorway alerted customers that the keep would be shut for the day.