Raul Hernandez was recently arrested and charged with theft, but investigators want to know if there are any other victims.
They say he also went by the name of Arcega Hernandez.
Investigators say he pulled off a facade of a talented, trustworthy jewelry maker, even convincing the staff of Studio 703 and Rebecca Lankford Designs to nearly hire him after his first interview.
"He was working at the bench, he did beautiful, beautiful work, we were very impressed with him," said Hannah Parker Rubin, vice president of the studio. "He was well spoken, he was well dressed, he was kind. We were really excited honestly at the prospect of hiring him."
Rubin says it was during that trial run when he was caught on camera stealing two rings brought in by a customer.
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"Sure enough on the tapes, you clearly see him take the envelop that has her jewelry."
The two rings were valued at more than $10,000, but were priceless heirlooms for that client.
"The sentimental value, it was her deceased mother and her deceased grandmother," Rubin said.
Pct. 1 detectives worked quickly. Hernandez was arrested and charged with theft.
During their investigation, deputies learned he had pawned jewelry more than 450 times across Harris County.
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They say the total value of the items was worth more than $1 million.
"The damage that he's done is...it's incomprehensible," Rubin said.
Hernandez is currently on four years of deferred adjudication for pawning two other rings while working at the Broyles Jewelry store in Champion Forest.
Rubin says they continue to hear tales of his thefts from inside the Houston jewelry industry, saying, "We have a friend that just got a diamond back that was stolen two and a half years ago and it was found in New York."
The two rings stolen from Studio 703 and Rebecca Lankford Designs were found and returned.
"It's sad that he's a great jeweler that could have made an honest living," Rubin said.
If you believe you may be the victim of Raul Arcega Hernandez, you're asked to call the Harris County Pct. 1 Constable's Office.
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