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Thief strikes at Detroit Kmart, steals $34,000 worth of jewelry

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Police say this man stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from a Detroit Kmart on Friday morning. Police say this man stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from a Detroit Kmart on Friday morning.

By Roop Raj
FOX 2 News

DETROIT (WJBK) - More than $34,000 worth of jewelry has been stolen from a Kmart Supercenter in Detroit.

Police say a man used bolt cutters to dislodge several display cases containing mainly 10 to 14-karat gold earrings and walked out a side door with them Friday morning.

Surveillance cameras images of the suspected thief walking into the store on Telegraph Road around 7:30 a.m.

Police believe the suspect in his mid-30s. They say the same location was robbed in a similar fashion earlier this year.

Anyone with information on the suspect's identity is asked to call Detroit police.

We'll have more on this story tonight during FOX 2 News beginning at 5 p.m.

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