CORONA – Authorities are looking for two jewelry heist suspects and they are asking for the public’s help. On October 31, 2016, at around 3:15 p.m. the two suspects went into the Superior Market located at 1130 West Sixth Street in the City of Corona. According to the victim, two black men walked into the store and walked to the jewelry kiosk. They asked the employee about the jewelry and the employee opened the display case. The employee turned away from the display case, and one of the suspects leaned over the counter and removed two trays of engagement rings, valued at around $30,000.
The suspect fled, leaving through the front doors of the store. A witness told the store employee that the two suspects got into a white van in the parking lot and fled the location. Witnesses, along with surveillance footage were able to get a good description of the suspects.
The investigation into the incident lead to the felony arrest warrant for Deanthony Lamar Blocker and Calvin Robinson. Robinson has two additional burglary warrants from different San Bernardino County law enforcement agencies. If you see Blocker or Robinson or their whereabouts are known to you, please contact your local police or sheriff’s dispatch center with their location when it is safe to do so.
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