Two thieves made off with $11,000 worth of jewelry in Prince George last month.
The theft was reported on November 19th just after 5:00 p.m. from a jewelry store in a mall on Massey Drive.
The first suspect is described as a First Nations man, 25 to 30 years old, wearing a blue hoody, black baseball cap, and black pants.
The second suspect is described as a First Nations man, also 25 to 30 years old, wearing a black and red jacket, and jeans.
While surveillance photos of the suspects are poor, police hope someone will recognize the two.
Police would also like to speak with a witness who was in the store during the theft.
He’s described as an adult man, possibly First Nations, having a goatee, and wearing a grey jacket, grey hat, black shirt, and blue jeans.
Prince George RCMP are encouraging all business owners to take steps to secure their property, such as having high-quality video systems.
They also remind residents the city’s community policing office also offers free business and home security evaluations.