JSA Offers Reward for Grab-and-Run Suspect in Texas
There is a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of a man allegedly behind robberies in Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio.
In an email to its members, JSA shared a picture of a suspect who is believed to have carried out multiple grab-and-run robberies over the last two weeks.
Robberies have occurred in Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio from Aug. 1-15.
The suspect, pictured in security camera stills above, targets bridal jewelry, said JSA, and has also stolen diamond rings and a loose diamond.
The man is said to work with a handful of other individuals, including a larger male and three or four female suspects who case the jewelry stores, said JSA.
Those with information can contact JSA at 212-687-0328 or email@example.com. Your identity will be kept confidential.
There was a spike in grab-and-run thefts in 2021, totaling 842, which is up from 581 in 2020, according to JSA’s annual crime report.
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