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Proceeds from an armed robbery in Edmonton, Alberta were used to fund Islamic State fighters in Syria, authorities say.
The Jewelers’ Security Alliance also issued a special set of recommendations for jewelers impacted by the power cuts in California.
The JSA’s annual report details the most common crime perpetrated against the industry, the states with the most and least incidences, and more.
Included in the bust were 3,200 fake Cartier bracelets law enforcement officials traced to a North Carolina church pastor.
Police in Glendora are still on the lookout for a second suspect.
The gang allegedly has carried out gunpoint robberies between 11 and 11:30 a.m. at four jewelry stores in southern California.
The Jewelers’ Security Alliance said the group cut power to stores in New Jersey and Connecticut.
They targeted stores in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and New Jersey last year, prosecutors say.
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