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Arthur Berry Jr. allegedly led a group that conducted jewelry store smash-and-grabs across six states.
The Jewelers Security Alliance said it has seen an uptick in burglaries involving rooftop entry or cutting through the sidewalls.
Extradited from Colombia to Pittsburgh, Oscar Javier Rodriguez Roa admitted to his role in the theft of $500,000 in gems and jewelry from a salesman’s car.
From staff training to camera placement, Jason Johnson of Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group outlined how jewelry store owners can better protect their businesses.
Five suspects have been arrested for allegedly following a jewelry store manager to his home before robbing the store where he worked.
The armed robbery occurred back in December at John Fish Jewelers in Las Vegas.
A young man stands accused of seducing women by posing as the son of billionaire diamantaire Lev Leviev.
The defendants allegedly produced the pieces in a factory in the Philippines but were passing them off as authentic Native American-made jewels.
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