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Michael Arnstein of the Natural Sapphire Company pleaded guilty last year to forging a federal judge’s signature.
The men allegedly were part of a crew that pulled off more than a dozen burglaries over an 11-year span, including the brazen New Year’s Eve 2016 job in New York.
Police say the pair hit multiple stores across the Garden and Empire states.
The Jewelers Security Alliance said the man has snatched expensive watches from four stores in North and South Carolina.
Police in a major European city have asked the Jewelers Security Alliance for help identifying the male, who swapped cubic zirconia for 24 diamonds.
They allegedly used the information of a Tennessee jeweler to place fraudulent orders with a diamond firm, according to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office.
They’ve allegedly hit, or tried to hit, jewelers in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, New Jersey and Illinois.
The attacks happened between 2014 and 2016, totaling 11 incidences in five states.
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