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Thieves Steal 20ct. Diamond at Vegas Show

Jun 11, 2018 5:46 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Two men stole a 20-carat diamond from an exhibitor’s booth at the JCK Las Vegas trade show, the Jewelers’ Security Alliance (JSA) said last week.

The men (pictured) were able to slide open an unlocked display case on June 2 while employees were not looking, the organization alleged. One man then sat down at the booth and began speaking with an employee, while the second placed a catalog on top of the showcase. The second man then reached into the case and removed the stone.

The JSA has distributed pictures of both alleged thieves, but neither has been identified yet.

Image: Jewelers’ Security Alliance
Tags: 20ct. Diamond, JCK Las Vegas, Jewelers’ Security Alliance, JSA, Rapaport News, vegas
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