$10K worth of jewelry recovered from Fort Myers robbery

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Mugshots via Lee County Sheriff’s Office

FORT MYERS, Fla. A search warrant led to the arrest of three teenagers who are accused of stealing over $10,000 worth of jewelry, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office said.

Search Warrant Leads to $10,000 Worth of Recovered Stolen Jewelry and Three Arrests. Photo via Lee County Sheriff’s Office.

The residents of a home on Royal Windsor Drive woke up to several doors open on May 3 and they discovered that their cash and jewelry had been stolen, officials said.

East District Detectives located Travis Warriner, 18, of Fort Denaur, on unrelated charges, officials said. Facts obtained during Warriner’s investigation led them to Emilio Heinzman, 18, of Lehigh Acres and a 16-year-old girl, officials said.

Electronics, ammunition, firearms, jewelry and cash were discovered during a search at Heinzman’s residence, officials said. The jewelry was identified as the pieces stolen from the home.

All three suspects are facing charges of occupied burglary to a dwelling, grand theft and burglary conveyance, officials said. Heinzman is also facing charges of possession of firearm by delinquent adult.

Warriner and Heinzman are scheduled to appear in court on June 12.

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