THE WOODLANDS - KHOU TV and www.khou.com - Sheriff’s deputies are looking for the man who broke into a high-end jewelery store in The Woodlands overnight.
The crime occurred in the 9500-block of Six Pines Drive in the same shopping center where a Tiffany’s was robbed two weeks ago.
Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office described the suspect as a black male with dreadlocks, 5’-10” tall, and approximately 180 pounds.
They said he was wearing a white hoodie when he broke into Thomas Markle Jewelers late Monday night. The suspect made off with an undisclosed amount of jewelry.
Deputies said they would release more information later Tuesday morning.
The suspect’s description matches that of the suspect who used pepper spray during a robbery at a nearby Tiffany’s store on Oct. 10. Investigators believe the Tiffany's robber may the same one who held up a Shenandoah bank on Sept. 24.
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