A common threat to jewelry stores is known as the “Three-Minute Burglary”, where thieves break into a store through a glass window or door, steal merchandise left in display cases or show windows, and flee in three minutes or less—and in many cases, in less than a minute. These occurrences are identified as “Three Minute Burglaries” because that is the approximate time required to complete this crime. They are usually committed in the middle of the night by smashing a glass front door or window of a retail establishment, and then smashing display cases and stealing out-of-safe merchandise.
Therefore, at closing, most jewelry stores must secure their merchandise in safes and vaults. They go through the daily painstaking process of transferring their merchandise from the display cases to the safes for safekeeping for the night. And, in the morning before opening, the same merchandise is returned from the safes to the display cases. A repetitive, tedious and time consuming task!
SecuraCase solves this problem by combining the display case with the safe. Owing to its patented design, any high-valued merchandise can be placed on display with just the turn of a key. With another turn of a key, the same merchandise is submerged in an armor-reinforced compartment for safekeeping. SecuraCase significantly reduces the set-up and take-down time while assuring the security of the merchandise.