CORONA – One of two jewelry heist suspect are in custody after over three months at large authorities said. The two suspects went into the Superior Market located at 1130 West Sixth Street in the City of Corona. They walked up to a jewelry kiosk and asked the employee to show them some jewelry. When the employee opened the case, the suspects removed two trays of jewelry valued at around $30,000.
The suspects, Dajuan Lee Calvin Robinson and Deanthony Lamar Blocker fled the scene and have remained at large until on Thursday, February 2, 2017, when Robinson was taken into custody. Blocker remains at large. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact Corona Police Senior Detective Robert Gonzalez at 951-817-5837
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- Deanthony-Lamar-Blocker-Dejuan-Arrested-Lee-Calvin-Robinson: Photos courtesy of Corona Police Department