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Police continue search for Dumas jewelry store burglary suspect

Dumas, TX - Police in Dumas continue their search for a suspect in a jewelry store robbery from nearly two months ago.

Authorities in Dumas say on October 16, someone broke in to Terre's Jewelry at 1528 South Dumas and stole around $30,000 worth of jewelry, silver coins and other items.

Police are asking anyone who has taken jewelry to this store prior to October 16 to contact the store for follow-up.

If you have any information that could lead police to an arrest in this case, contact Moore County Crime Stoppers at 806-935-8477 or 800-509-7587.

An anonymous tip that leads to an arrest could earn you a reward of up to $1,000.

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