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Thief steals approximately $25,000 worth of gold jewelry from W. Houston antique store, owner says

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HOUSTON – One store owner in west Houston is seeking justice after she says a woman stole thousands of dollars in jewelry from her business earlier this week.

The owner, who identified herself as Hollis Huntoon, says the thief made a hit on her store Antiques & More located in the 1800 block of S. Dairy Ashford back on Aug. 2.

According to Huntoon, the jewelry, which belonged to one of her dealers, was worth approximately $25,000 in total.

“The thief was a female that had just tried the same stunt at an antique store close to us,” Huntoon said.

The suspect reportedly came to Huntoon’s store after a failed attempt at another antique store nearby.

Huntoon says she is offering a reward for information on the suspect.

“We are heartbroken and angry about this theft,” Huntoon added. “She needs to be exposed and caught.”

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