From the best Golden Globes jewelry to an executive reshuffling at Signet Jewelers, these were the top 10 most popular stories of the week.
Police are on the lookout for three suspects wanted in a smash-and-grab attack at a jewelry store in the borough’s Park Slope neighborhood.
The two suspects beat the 79-year-old store owner before taking off with more than $100,000 in jewelry, police said.
Ahead of the holidays, JSA’s John Kennedy outlines five common jewelry crimes and what to do, and not to do, if they happen in your store.
Important pieces are still missing following the 2019 robbery of the Green Vault Museum in Dresden, Germany.
It’s believed to be part of a $90 million scheme perpetrated by a man who billed himself as a psychic online.
Franklin police believe they could be connected to five other similar robberies.
Its new “Partner for Protection” movement encourages jewelers to stay vigilant and bolster security standards.
Police in Calumet City, Illinois are looking for several suspects involved in the robbery of a jewelry store in the River Oaks Mall.
The jeweler was left in critical condition after a suspect pistol-whipped and beat him before stealing jewelry out of the display cases.
A total of four suspects are now in custody with police still on the lookout for the remaining two.
Agents in Cincinnati intercepted three shipments of fake brand-name jewels that would be worth more than $10 million if genuine.
A warrant for his arrest has been issued after he stole a 3.4-carat diamond ring in McAllen on Aug. 22.
Brink’s is taking legal action of its own after the parties disagreed about compensation for the missing goods.
James Quinn has been given a 57-month term for the burglary of $4 million in goods from Treiber & Straub Jewelers in Wisconsin.
There is a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of a man allegedly behind robberies in Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio.
Ten masked suspects stole $800,000 in merchandise from a jeweler in the Bronx.
Customs officers in Cincinnati intercepted the shipments in early August, finding counterfeit Cartier jewels and Rolex watches.
He was convicted last month after falsely claiming he had a deal with Costco in order to obtain millions in diamonds from LLD Diamonds USA.