Police have secured, and are now combing through available CCTV footage, which they are hoping will lead them to the perpetrators who burglarised Mi Amor Jewellers on Main Street, Tortola on December 29.
Law enforcers have also recorded statements as they continue with their probe.
Initial investigations on the early-morning burglary have indicated that the burglars gained access to the store through a window of the wooden building.
Our news centre has been told that the perpetrators made off with more than 80 gold chains, 100 diamond rings, a number of designer purses and jewellery, as well as an unspecified quantity of gold pendants.
The total estimated cost of the stolen items is $800,000.
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