(Click “Like” to become a fan of the Palm Coast Observer.)
Burglars targeted a Palm Coast pawn shop early Saturday morning, taking electronics and jewelry after busting out a front door, according to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.
Sheriff’s Office deputies responded at 8:13 a.m. Saturday, to Palm Coast Pawn and Jewelry, located at 1490 Palm Coast Parkway N.W.
An employee who was there to open the store discovered the front door to the business had been smashed out.
Glass was shattered around the entrance.
Deputies said it appeared that, once inside, the burglars used a concrete rock and a golf club to break open three display cases.
Jewelry was removed from one display case and a computer was taken as well as electronic items. The store owner was directed to review his inventory to determine exactly what was taken in the burglary.
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 313-4911.
Currently 0 Responses
29 Food Truck Tuesday
30 Canines and Cocktails
5 Garden Club Membership Open House
6 Back to School Bash
Flagler County searches for Veteran of the Year
Also, Palm Coast Food Truck Tuesdays rescheduled for July 29; Students explore STEM camp; and Local high school students look to make it count in Atlanta.
Longtime PCUMC music director retires
Jesse Chapman, 80, is retiring after 15 years of bringing the word of God to the church and community through his art.
Dalecki, Gamblain named Rotarian, citizen of the Year
Also, IBM awards grant to Palm Coast Arts Foundation.