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Dozy burglar posts Facebook video bragging about £37k jewellery haul - which lands him in jail

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Dozy burglar posts Facebook video bragging about £37k jewellery haul - which lands him in jail A dozy burglar landed himself and his accomplice in jail after posting a video online bragging about a $500,000 (£37,000) jewellery haul. Raderius Glenn Collins, 18, was arrested after he uploaded the footage to Facebook on May 27. His friend, Marcus Terrell Parker, 27, was arrested after another burglary on June 9, police said. Officers in Pinecrest, Florida, are still searching for a third suspect, who is seen in the video in the passenger seat of the car flashing $100 bills to the camera. Man brags about burglary on Facebook, lands him in jailMan brags about burglary on Facebook, lands him in jail The seven-minute video, which has had more than 3,000 views, shows the men bragging about their illegal earnings, saying: "We got a safe" and "Can someone say check please?" Read more : Woman caught on CCTV being carried away by mystery man before horrific rape The man in the driver's seat makes sure the traffic light is still red and proceeds to proudly reveal his bag of cash to the camera while the other two men cheer. The burglars stole a safe from a home with jewellery valued at more than $500,000. Man brags about burglary on Facebook, lands him in jailMan brags about burglary on Facebook, lands him in jail Police say Collins and Parker later burgled a second home and stole jewelry valued at more than $10,000 and a screwdriver that would later tie one of the arrested men to the burglary. One of the arrested subjects told police that he and the other two subjects sold the stolen jewelry to a jewellery and watch shop and received $1,300 each in return. Read more : Thugs as young as 15 filmed beating female police officer who went into flat 'to seize cannabis' Michelle Hammontree, communications director for Pinecrest, said the Facebook video helped police establish a link between the burglary and the jewellery store, where the suspects pawned their stolen goods. Man brags about burglary on Facebook, lands him in jailMan brags about burglary on Facebook, lands him in jail The bag featured in the video is the same one given to the suspects at the store. "It was just one dumb decision after another," Hammontree said. Police said that while they are seeking a third suspect in the May 27 burglary, it is unclear whether he had involvement in the second break-in. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufcIuk8qGTk https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwmDMowvKBcsonCMm7ALuvQ