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Authorities investigating diamond heist on Tucson's NW side

Authorities are looking for this man and woman, persons of interest in a break-in at a jewelry store on Tucson's northwest side on Saturday, Oct. 8. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department) Authorities are looking for this man and woman, persons of interest in a break-in at a jewelry store on Tucson's northwest side on Saturday, Oct. 8. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Department)
PIMA COUNTY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Authorities said they are looking for a man and woman in connection with a diamond heist at a store on Tucson's northwest side.

The Pima County Sheriff's Department said a man broke into Trinity Diamonds and Fine Jewelry, 6070 N. Oracle Road, early in the morning on Saturday, Oct. 8.

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The PCSD said the man was wearing a red-hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and white shoes.

He used a rock to break the front door, cracked a safe and stole multiple items before leaving the scene in a red Dodge Durango. The total loss in damages and merchandise is over $11,000, according to the PCSD.

Authorities are looking for a man and woman who were seen in the store Friday afternoon.

The first person of interest has been described as Hispanic male, 5-foot-9 to 6-foot, 250 pounds with dark hair. The other person of interest has been described as Hispanic female, 5-2 to 5-5, 180-200 pounds with dark hair.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

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