Two allegedly steal $40K in jewelry from Zales, arrest warrants issued


QUINCY — The Quincy Police Department responded Nov. 5 to Zales Jewelers in the Quincy Town Center in reference to a theft that had just occurred.

Two subjects had entered the store posing as customers. They asked to see multiple pieces of jewelry, were able to gain control of four rings and fled the store with them. The total loss was in excess of $40,000.

The initial description provided was of two black males, who fled the area in a white Dodge SUV. Video surveillance was recovered from the business, and the subsequent investigation revealed that people matching this description had committed similar thefts in other areas around the Midwest.

An ongoing investigation by multiple agencies has identified the suspects as Rashawn L. Shaw, 34, and Robert A. Floyd, 31, both of the St. Louis area.

Arrest warrants have been issued for both Shaw and Floyd for the offense of theft over $10,000. They are not in custody at this time. The investigation is ongoing.

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