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Dunbar Jewelers in Yakima Back Open After Sunday Morning Break-In

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Dunbar Jewelers in Yakima is back open Wednesday after somebody rammed their car through the front gate and broke in. Dunbar Jewelers in Yakima is back open Wednesday after somebody rammed their car through the front gate and broke in.

YAKIMA, WA -- Dunbar Jewelers in Yakima is back open Wednesday after somebody rammed their car through the front gate and broke in.

The Co-Owner said the intruders smashed glass cases and stole costume jewelry and watches early Sunday morning.

Property damage is estimated at $15,000-$20,000 as of right now.

Store Owners said no customer jewelry was taken and luckily no one was hurt.

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