VIDEO: Man Dances After Selling Stolen Jewelry In Stuart


Police are looking for a man who showed off some dance moves in celebration after he illegally pawned jewelry that was stolen from an elderly man in Port St. Lucie.

Security footage captured the dance outside the Wild Side Pawn and Gun store in Stuart.

According to police, 31-year-old Sean Gazo is the one on camera doing the dance after he left the pawnshop.

Police are also looking for Gazo's partner, Carl M. Jackson. Both men are wanted on warrants for dealing in stolen property and false information to a pawnbroker.

According to police, an 86-year-old man in Port St. Lucie hired the two men to help move heavy furniture. After the men left, the victim told police he noticed several pieces of jewelry worth about $10,000 missing from his home.

Detectives learned Gazo and Jackson pawned the items in Martin County. The victim identified the jewelry as his.

Photo: Port St. Lucie Police