Police seek four for smash and grab at new Dorchester jewelry shop

Wanted for Dorchester jewelry heist

Boston Police report they are looking for four people in connection with the robbery of $20,000 worth of jewelry at Thai Binh Jewelry, which recently opened at 1283 Dorchester Ave.

According to police, one of the four walked into the shop around 3:30 p.m. on Aug. 11, looked around, declared he didn't want anything they had, then walked out.

As the individual left the store, he appeared to leave the door propped open, allowing the entry of two males and a female. The two males and female then began to smash the cases.

They then fled in a green Camry and a black Volvo SUV, police say.

Anyone with info can contact C-11 detectives at 617-343-4335 or the anonymous tip line by calling 800-494-8477 or texting TIP to CRIME (27463).

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the great alliance of biddie,

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the great alliance of biddie, hipster, prep, and flatbrim douchbags...if they put their rings together they can summon captain southie

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Well, that's a change of pace...

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Four white people rob a store in Dorcestor and take off in a Camry and a Volvo? Were their moms parked outside??

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"Airlocks" more secure

The jewelry store had a door that had to be buzzed to let someone in and one of the thieves looked to be exiting, but held it open for the others to enter. The more secure entrance is having a chamber between two locked doors where neither the inner or outer door can be open at the same time. Needed, its Dorchester, after all.

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