Investigators from the Jamestown Police Department are currently investigating a complaint of a burglary that occurred last week at a downtown photo studio.
Sometime between June 4 at 3 p.m. and June 6 at 11 a.m., an unknown person or persons entered Jon Elder Productions and removed several pieces of camera equipment valued at more than $8,000. The equipment that was removed from the property included one Canon EOS MK IV camera, valued at $6,000, one Canon EOS MK II camera, valued at $800, one Canon D60 camera valued at $500, two camera lenses, a camera speedlite and two camera bags. All of the equipment that was removed was located in the studio portion of the building.
Investigators are asking anyone who may have information on this crime or the location of the stolen property to contact the JPD at 483-7531.
David A. Heath
Investigators are also looking for information pertaining to the whereabouts of David A. Heath, 34, who was reportedly the building maintenance man to the Covenant Manner which contains the photography studio owned by the victim. Heath has reportedly not been seen since the burglary occurred and his whereabouts are unknown at this time.
Officials have spoken to a family member in this area who has also not seen or heard from Heath since the date of the burglary. It is believed that Heath may have family in Texas, but that has not been confirmed at this time.
Anyone who may have information on Heath's whereabouts is asked to contact the JPD or to call the TIPS line at 483-8477 or through the link available on the JPD Facebook page, www.facebook.com/jamestownpolicedepartment.