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Couple steals diamond ring from Hattiesburg jewelry store

Hattiesburg Police are on the lookout for two suspects who robbed the Zales jewelry store in the Turtle Creek Mall Monday.

According to investigators, the two suspects are a male and female who operated as a couple.

The white female wore a tan jacket and blue jeans and is said to be in her 40s. She is about 5 foot 7 inches tall with curly blonde hair.

The white male wore a green polo shirt and blue jeans.

The suspects reportedly entered Zales, looked around for a few minutes and stole a gold five-diamond anniversary ring from the top of a display case. The ring is valued at $3,000.

If you have any information about this crime and would like to report an anonymous tip you are urged to call both the Hattiesburg Police Department and Metro Crimestoppers at 601-582-STOP (7867).

 

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