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Busted! FBI Bags Female Jewelry Bandit Who Robbed Stores in Five Different States

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Luck runs out on the woman who stole more than $4 million in merchandise.

A female jewelry thief who allegedly robbed six stores in five states was arrested by FBI agents in Atlanta on Friday, according to Fox News. The report adds that the suspect has been identified as 24-year-old Abigail Lee Kemp, and agents also arrested a man believed to be her accomplice. The arrests came after the FBI received “numerous credible leads from the public” following a release from the agency’s Jacksonville division announcing its search for the woman. Some reports estimate the total value of jewelry stolen to be in excess of $4 million.

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