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Police believe that 84-year-old Doris Payne, whose career snatching baubles spans decades, stole a $33,000 diamond ring from the David Yurman store in Charlotte, N.C. earlier this month.
Since nearly all crimes against jewelers are perpetrated by someone who has been watching the store, Jewelers Mutual has created a video to help retailers train their staff on the signs of casing.
Jewelers Mutual’s David Sexton said jewelers shouldn’t overshare their vacation plans on social media or let their guard down just because business can slow down in the summertime. 
John Dasher, owner of The Diamond House in Topeka, Kan., pleaded guilty to buying jewelry that he knew had been stolen in home invasions.
The last two suspects wanted in connection with the April kidnapping and robbery of a Jewelers’ Row employee have been arrested and were ordered to be held without bond Monday.
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