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The Jewelers’ Security Alliance shared recommendations from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security following the mass shootings over the weekend that left 31 dead.
A man pictured in a Jewelers’ Security Alliance crime alert back in June has allegedly struck again at stores in New York City and Virginia.
The number of stores having their power lines cut continues to climb, and it usually happens on weekends or holidays.
The Intruder Spray System is used in banks and convenience stores in Europe, and now has been installed in a high-end watch boutique on New York’s 57th Street.
Magen Hall is charged with armed robbery, obstruction of justice and second-degree murder in the death of Patrick Murphy.
They were arrested last week with their latest haul, a batch of rough diamonds worth more than $300,000, the company said.
They sever them in order to disable the alarm systems before breaking in, and have victimized jewelers in states from California to Florida.
A Florida cryptocurrency company allegedly took more than $30 million from investors, promising big returns by reselling fancy colored diamonds.
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