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Thief Takes $25,000 in Jewelry

Police on St. Croix were informed Saturday of a second-degree burglary that occurred at a private residence in Estate Calquhoun.

The female resident told police that more than $25,000 in jewelry was stolen.

The victim said she and her son went to sleep in the living room at 8 p.m. the night before and when she awoke about 6:30 a.m. she noticed that her home had been burglarized and several items were missing. The victim told police a window screen in her son’s bedroom was missing and there was evidence that someone came through the window. She said she had not locked the window.

Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Bureau are following up on this case.

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Police on St. Croix were informed Saturday of a second-degree burglary that occurred at a private residence in Estate Calquhoun.

The female resident told police that more than $25,000 in jewelry was stolen.

The victim said she and her son went to sleep in the living room at 8 p.m. the night before and when she awoke about 6:30 a.m. she noticed that her home had been burglarized and several items were missing. The victim told police a window screen in her son’s bedroom was missing and there was evidence that someone came through the window. She said she had not locked the window.

Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Bureau are following up on this case.