Parker police investigators released clearer surveillance photos of the two men they believe are responsible for stealing $480,000 worth of jewelry.
Still photographs captured by two exterior security cameras show the men in the vicinity of the store on the night of March 25, when the display cases at Apex Jewelers were cleaned out. One man is wearing a hat, eyeglasses and has gray hair and a mustache. The other is a stocky man wearing a hat, long shorts and a gray hooded sweatshirt. Another photo shows a dark-colored SUV, possibly a GMC or Chevrolet.
The white males are suspected of breaking into a neighboring vacant business and burrowing through drywall to enter the jewelry shop. Previous surveillance shots released by the Parker Police Department in the days after the heist were grainy and did not show the suspects as clearly as the photos that were released April 3.