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U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Cincinnati seized two shipments of pieces labeled as Cartier, Tiffany, Rolex, Patek Phillippe and more.
Overall, though, the number of crimes was essentially flat and for the first time in decades, no industry personnel were murdered while on the job.
From password security to tracking-number safety, here are five cybersecurity tips to keep in mind.
A 62-year-old jeweler with a shop in downtown L.A. was killed inside his store last month.
Authorities have not recovered any of the 18th century royal jewels that were stolen, but museum officials remain hopeful.
The undeclared jewels were headed to a New York auction house.
James Patrick Quinn allegedly took part in the burglary of Treiber & Straub Jewelers four years ago.
The Jewelers’ Security Alliance also offered tips for preventing such thefts in a recent email alert about the uptick.
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