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Retro Row Shop 'Sneaky Tiki' Burglarized on Christmas Eve

Owners are offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest of any suspects.

The owner of an E. 4th Street store is calling for the public's help in finding a burglar who broke into her store on Christmas Eve.

Thousands of dollars of merchandise was stolen on Monday from the Sneaky Tiki store on Retro Row including vintage shirts, car coats, leather jackets, Mexican biker rings, high end clothing and other jewelry, according to owner Jennifer Hill.

Hill is now offering a $500 reward to anyone who supplies information leading to the arrest of the culprits.

"I just don't understand why they have to steal from small stores," Hill told the Press-Telegram. "They have no idea how hard it is to run a small, local store. It's very depressing," she said.

According to the Press-Telegram, Monday's burglary is the fifth time the store has been broken into in the past nine years.

Those who have information on the burglary are asked to call Jennifer Hill at 562-212-2256.

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