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$1.2M in Jewelry Stolen in South Carolina Burglary (Video)

The thieves took Rolex and Cartier watches along with diamond bracelets, necklaces and rings.

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Thieves took $1.2 million in jewelry and watches from a jewelry store in Spartanburg, SC.

They broke into Queens Jewelers at WestGate Mall at about 8:30 p.m. on March 6, WYFF-TV-reports.

A group of three people took Rolex and Cartier watches along with diamond bracelets, necklaces and rings. Another person stood guard. The crime was captured on security footage, and the suspects remain at large.

“Somebody out there knows about this,” said Nikki Punjwani, one of the store owners. “They have to; they have to help us because if they keep doing this to small businesses, how can anyone survive?”

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