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Theft – Shiels Colonnades

Posted on 25/10/2022

Theft – Shiels Colonnades

At about 3.19pm on Wednesday 17th August 2022, a male has entered the Shiels store within the Colonnades Shopping Centre. Male has spoken to staff who have shown him several rings within locked cabinets. Male has been shown a Luminesce Lab Grown 1.50 carat Diamond Gents ring in 9ct gold. Male has requested to try the ring on. Staff have handed the ring to the male who put it on his finger. Male has stated, “Alright I’m going to take this one.” Male has then run from the store heading out of the exit of the shopping centre and has been seen getting into a red/orange coloured sedan. Vehicle was last seen driving south through the carpark toward “Dan Murphys.”

The male is described as being 25-30 years of age, fair complexion, fair coloured eyebrows, blue eyes and well spoken. He was wearing a blue surgical face mask and a black coloured baseball cap with a symbol ‘LA’ on the front, black hooded puffer like jacket, navy blue track pants and light blue Asics shoes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online.


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