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‘Dancing His Way to Jail’: Police Need Help Busting a Man Who Busted a Move Once Allegedly Pawning Stolen Jewelry (VIDEO)

Police in Florida are hoping they will soon be able to bust a defendant who broke a go on surveillance video.
Suspected in a jewellery theft, Sean M. Gazo, 31, has been caught on surveillance video dance in the parking lot of a pawn shop where authorities claim he broke into a celebratory boogie after allegedly selling jewellery that he stole. Rolling tape to the tiny performance on Friday, authorities in Port St. Lucie searched the public’s help finding Gazo and his supposed co-conspirator Carl M. Jackson, 42.
Police state that the duo was hired day laborers to move heavy furniture for an 86-year-old in February.

Cops assert Gazo and Jackson pawned the stolen things at a store in Stuart, Florida, which is to the southeast of Port St. Lucie. (The authorities used the terms”pawned” and also”offered” interchangeably to describe the transaction, although the two are technically separate.)
As seen on television, a bespectacled person named as Gazo threw his hands from the hair, snapped his fingers, and peeking in the knees in what might be described as some type of rhythm away from the store. Surveillance footage individually recorded a man named as Jackson, who kept a cooler head to the video. He sported a Detroit Pistons cap and also, like Gazo, wore all black. He made no obvious effort to overtly celebrate as he made his way through the parking lot.
Dancing or notthey face warrants on multiple counts. Gazo is described as white, position 6’1,” and weighing 185 pounds. He faces two counts of dealing in stolen property, two counts of false info to pawnbroker, and one count of third-degree grand theft. , and weighing 220 pounds. He faces one count each of coping stolen property, false information to pawnbroker, and third-degree grand theft.
Police are hoping that the public will help find both guys.

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