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One arrested, one on the run in Columbia jewelry store robbery

One man has been arrested and two others are on the run following a robbery at Buchroeder’s jewelers late last month.

Police believe the suspects were involved in a robbery in Lincoln County less than two hours later.

Troy, Missouri Police arrested 23-year-old Robert Floyd for a jewelry store robbery on the same day in Lincoln County. Floyd was charged with stealing with a $100,000 cash bond.

Police have identified a second suspect in the robberies, 26-year-old Rayshaun Shaw, who is charged with stealing. He is still on the run.

Police believe there is a third suspect involved in the Columbia robbery.

Police say three men entered the store at 1021 E. Broadway at 4:37 p.m. and asked to see some jewelry. When the employee went to show a piece of jewelry to the men, they ran out of the store with the items.

Shortly before 6:00 Tuesday night, police responded to a felony stealing at the 400 Block of S. Main Street in Troy.

Police said two men took a case holding ten sets of diamond earrings worth about $13,600. They were seen leaving in a gold color newer model Chevrolet Malibu with tinted windows and no license plates.

Troy police said Shaw and Floyd may be connected to about 13 other robberies, all within a 30-mile radius in the Saint Louis County area.

If you have any information, police ask that you contact Crime Stoppers at (573)875-TIPS.

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