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The “extremely unusual” case of the female jewelry robber continues. Authorities believe she has hit another jewelry store, this one in Tennessee.
After about two hours of deliberation, a jury convicted the third of three men involved in a 2012 shooting and robbery that severely injured a York, Pa. jeweler.
She allegedly has entered at least three jewelry stores alone and armed and tied up staff before exiting with thousands of dollars in diamond jewelry.
Police in Pennsylvania recently arrested a man in the middle of an alleged attempt to rob a jewelry store that also sells guns and ammunition.
A jury convicted Karl Winchell, the one-time owner of Winchell Jewelry Designs in La Jolla, Calif., on 10 felony counts of embezzlement and grand theft, the San Diego District Attorney’s Office said.
Police are charging a 46-year-old MTA train operator with murder and manslaughter in the death of Aron “Eric” Aranbayev, a jeweler in New York’s Diamond District.
Social networks provide unique opportunities for jewelers to connect with consumers but also open up the business to certain safety risks. Here’s how jewelers can protect themselves online. 
The death of Rafaello & Co.’s Aron “Eric” Aranbayev, who was hit by a car in Queens Sunday night, has been ruled a homicide.
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