This past Sunday while our booth was very busy, I caught a gray-haired woman with a pair of earrings in her hands, and as I approached her she pretended to be putting them back on our panels. Then I noticed 2 other pieces missing, a pink bracelet and matching earrings, from the same panel. She did not have them in her hands. I quickly looked around to see if anyone else had them or if my husband had removed them from the panels for a customer. The gray-haired woman said to me, "Is something wrong?". I replied, "Yes, a pink bracelet and earrings are missing." Then she proceeded to tell me that she saw someone remove them while she was standing there. She was carrying a large pink purse the same color as the missing bracelet and earrings and it was unzipped at the top, very easy to slip in some jewelry. She stayed in the booth for quite a while asking about every piece. Then she said she had to leave to go to church. She left going around the back of our booth. I followed and watched her go down the street, going through every jewelry booth, handling many pieces. I can't say I saw her steal anything, but the signs were all there. We looked for a policeman or a show organizer, but none to be found. My husband and I took turns watching her proceed though booths and she did not seem to be in a hurry to go to church. She was sitting on a bench for awhile, so my husband returned to the booth. Then I went back to the area and she was gone. What should I have done?