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Members of the jewelry industry need to be on alert for individuals posing as principals of established companies in order to con others out of cash or merchandise, particularly during the most wonderful time of the year.
Police in Rhode Island are still looking for the 21-year-old man they say took part in an armed robbery at a Providence pawn shop earlier this fall that left the owner with life-threatening injuries.
The New York Police Department is looking into the theft of as much as $10 million in diamonds from the safe of a company headquartered in the city’s jewelry hub.
Jewelers Mutual offers advice for retailers to follow and share with customers to help keep them safe while shopping and/or traveling during the holiday season.
John J. Kennedy of the Jewelers Security Alliance shares with National Jeweler the most common mistakes jewelers make as the holiday rush hits and his recommendations for avoiding them.
The latest news reports indicate that police have four people in custody in connection with the Nov. 7 robbery and murder of a 79-year-old jeweler in Austin, Ind.
The Jewelers’ Security Alliance has issued an alert for traveling jewelry salespeople visiting the Lone Star State following a wave of robberies in Dallas and Houston.
The FBI has activated multiple digital billboards in an attempt to catch the female suspect wanted in a string of jewelry store robberies.
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