MARTINEZ, Calif. (KRON) — A video shared with KRON4 showed two men break into a Martinez jewelry store early Tuesday morning. The Martinez Police Department said the suspects were unsuccessful in the burglary.

Police were called to the burglary attempt at Martinez Coin & Jewelry Exchange, 3755 Alhambra Avenue, just after 3:45 a.m. The burglars used crowbars to try to break through the fortified doors and get into the shop, but were unable to. The suspects had fled the scene in a silver sedan before officers arrived.

The owner of the store told KRON4 that the attempted robbery was the third at the store in the past three years. She also owns a jewelry store in Vallejo that she said was robbed on March 23 by a crew using the same method. That store has been boarded up since March because of the damage.

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The owner said gold and coin stores in Vallejo, Walnut Creek, Fremont, San Jose, Concord and Martinez have been robbed in the last two months. In some of those cases, the burglars were successful.

Martinez police said Tuesday’s robbery is under investigation.