Women impersonate nursing home staff, allegedly steal $11k of jewelry

Police in Cary, NC, are looking for two women who suited up in hospital scrubs and allegedly stole jewelry from residents at two nursing homes earlier this month. The women were not wearing identification tags.

According to the News Observer, the women can be seen on video walking into SearStone and Waltonwood, both continuing care retirement communities. They walked down hallways checking for unlocked doors, and walked out with $11,000 of jewelry including earrings, rings and bracelets.

While police search for the women, security has been increased at both facilities, the News Observer reports. Staff and residents have been advised to keep doors locked and to monitors the guests that come into the facilities.

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Topics: Housing , Operations , Risk Management , Staffing