Indianapolis jeweler shot during home break-in

Indianapolis police say a jeweler has been shot after two people broke into his home.

Police say Gary Thrapp of G. Thrapp Jewelers was in stable but serious condition Sunday at an Indianapolis hospital.

Officers say he was shot twice in the abdomen late Saturday at his home near the Keystone at the Crossing retail area on the north side of Indianapolis.

They say the suspects entered the home through a rear patio while Thrapp was inside.

Police say the suspects remained at large Sunday.

Thrapp established G. Thrapp Jewelers at the corner of 56th and Illinois street in 1984. His company has 20 employees.

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