Sheriff's office asks for public help in identifying Alamo burglary suspects

Alamo jewelry store robbed by four men in a white Honda Civic

On Monday morning, four men robbed a jewelry store in Alamo, and the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office is asking any residents with relevant information to come forward and help identify the culprits.

On Monday at approximately 1:38 a.m., sheriff’s deputies received a report of an alarm at a jewelry store on the 3200 block of Danville Boulevard in Alamo, according to sheriff’s spokesman Jimmy Lee.

Lee said deputies arrived to find the store’s front windows smashed open and the suspects gone, fleeing after stealing “miscellaneous goods and items.”

The suspects were identified as four men, and are believed to have fled north on Danville Boulevard then east on Stone Valley Road toward Interstate 680, in a newer four-door white Honda Civic with aftermarket rims and tinted windows.

Residents with information on the case are encouraged to contact the Office of the Sheriff at 646-2441 or 313-2600 or via email at Anonymous voice messages may also be left at 866-846-3592.

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