The men allegedly stole, or attempted to steal, watches worth hundreds of thousands of dollars off victims’ wrists.
They most recently stole from two jewelry stores in Utah, according to the Jewelers’ Security Alliance.
FBI agents nabbed Santiago Mora in Miami on a warrant related to a separate federal case.
Jose Francisco Valiente-Martinez allegedly shot and killed a man inside his Gilroy store on June 24.
Never getting off the cell phone, heavy jackets in the heat of summer and coming in and out of the store can be signs something is amiss.
The security company will dispatch a security officer to investigate when an alarm goes off at participating jewelry stores.
A docuseries on the streaming service shines a light on the human cost of the diamantaire’s financial scandals.
Fireworks exploded on 47th Street, causing panic in the area and one minor injury.
Four suspects—three in the armed robbery of a jeweler at a restaurant, and one serial jewelry thief—have been detained in recent months.
A third suspect, who was shot during the robbery, has been arrested and charged.
Jamie Browning Iverson was a co-owner of Paul’s Jewelry in Indianola, Mississippi.
The reminder follows a frightening incident at a store in California.
They have been charged with aggravated robbery for allegedly stealing $70,000 in jewels from a Salt Lake City store on Oct. 31, 2019.
Marshall “Sonny” Belew faces multiple charges for his alleged role in stealing a safe filled with nearly $1 million in antique jewelry.
Two entered Marc Robinson Jewelers first and five more followed, police said.
Charles Walker Jr. was convicted in the armed robberies of two Kay Jewelers stores in North Carolina.
The Jewelers’ Security Alliance also presented its usual awards at a virtual event held in lieu of its annual luncheon in New York.
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.
National Jeweler speaks with a Brinks executive about a situation that has been causing major frustration for members of the jewelry industry.