Powell Liberty Antique Mall Theft

COW 6-9-13On Saturday, May 25, 2013, at approximately 3:45pm, a theft of silver and jewelry valued at $9,000 occurred at the Powell Liberty Antique Mall located at 22 N. Liberty Street, Powell, Ohio. Four white males and one white female worked as a team to commit this theft. The female and one of the males distracted the clerks while two of the younger males, near the back of the store and out of sight of the clerks, filled a bag with silver pieces and jewelry. The group filed out of the store together and fled the area. Security photos of the suspects may be viewed on our website, www.stopcrime.org.

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