Transcript for FBI Hunt Suspected Serial Jewelry Thief
We are back now with the hunt for a serial jewel thief. The FBI now joining the search for this woman, she's accused of robbing six jewelry stores across the south. ABC's Steve osunsami is in Georgia with the story. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning to you, Lara. According to a jewelry store association she is accused of stealing nearly $4 million worth of watches and diamonds and now the FBI is trying to hunt her down. This morning, new surveillance video of the young woman now accused in six holdups at jewelry store as cross the south. Here she is just this Monday in the blue jacket calmly using keys to unlock jewelry cases. The salespeople were already tied up in back. The FBI is also releasing this surveillance video from Panama City, Florida, saying it was her biggest robbery of all on August 10th of last year. That's a gun on her waist and gloves on her hands to prevent any fingerprints. Authorizes believe she made off with more than $400,000 worth of diamonds, watches and baubles at this store alone. They think she's 5'8", in her early 30s or late 20s. The FBI says she prefers to rob jewelry stores in outlet malls and uses zipties and forces them into back rooms. They're unpredictable. Reporter: She's been busy first hitting a Jarrod jeweler in April of last year in Atlanta and another near Atlanta in August. Police say after she cleaned out the store in particular on August 11th she robbed another store at a South Carolina outlet mall in September. October, a jewelry store at an outlet mall in Tennessee. Authorities believe she's had help and would like to talk to this man seen in surveillance video from the first two robberies north of Atlanta. There's now a reward put together by a jewelry store security alliance, $10,000 for any information that leads to her arrest. Lara. All right, thank you so much, Steve. Interesting. How she's pulling that off.
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