RPD Seeks Suspects in Downtown Antique Store Burglary

On Wednesday, January 15th, 2020, at 10:09 P.M., Redding Police officers responded to an alarm call at the Memory Lane Antique business located at 1665 Pine Street in downtown Redding. Officers arrived on-scene and found the front glass door of the business was shattered and confirmed this was a commercial burglary. Officers entered the business and searched the area but did not locate any suspects. Further investigation revealed the unknown suspects entered the business, shattered several glass display boxes, and fled with an undisclosed amount of collector’s coins and jewelry.

Video surveillance depicted two male suspects shattered the front glass door by unknown means and entered the business. One of the suspects is a white male adult, mid-thirties, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, blue baseball cap, and brown boots. He appeared to be in possession of a black colored handgun and pointed it in front of him as he entered the business. There were no employees inside of the business at the time of this burglary. The second male suspect is described as a black male adult, mid-thirties, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with a white Nike symbol on front, black sweatpants, a white baseball hat with a red brim, and red and white athletic style shoes.

Upon reviewing the video surveillance, the business owner told Officers that both subjects had been inside of the location earlier that day around 4:00 P.M., and were wearing the same clothing. The still images included in this press release show both suspects inside of the business earlier in the day.

Anyone with information regarding this commercial burglary is encouraged to contact the Redding Police Department at 530-225-4200.

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