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A mother and son are suspected of breaking into Tamara Ecclestone’s home and stealing an estimated $66 million worth of jewelry.
De Grisogono linked to money laundering scheme, predictions for the Tuscon gem shows, rooftop burglaries, and more.
Burglars are breaking into jewelry stores through sidewalls too, to steal jewelry from vaults and safes.
They admitted to their roles in a conspiracy in which jewelry manufactured in the Philippines was sold as Native American-made.
Auction results, one designer’s unusual approach to holiday sales and more articles holiday happenings caused you to miss.
A failed armed robbery of a store on Coral Gables’ “Miracle Mile” spurred a chase that resulted in the deaths of the two robbery suspects, a UPS driver and a bystander.
Leo Hamel admitted to engaging in “straw purchases” of off-record firearms and creating a fake paper trail to make them look legitimate.
The incidences prompted the Jewelers’ Security Alliance to release a list of burglary prevention tips ahead of the holiday weekend.
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