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Former Jewelry Wholesalers Arrested in $1M Home Invasion Robbery Case

The crime occurred in Bowling Green, KY.

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Four people have been arrested in connection with a July home invasion robbery in Bowling Green, KY.

The Bowling Green Police Department reports that it took Nicolas Enrique Cruz-Palacios and Javier Nunez, both of Old Hickory, TN, and Jeffery M. Weisman and Patricia Weisman, both of Bowling Green, into custody.

The Jewelers’ Security Alliance reports that in the home invasion, three men pretending to be delivery drivers knocked on a Bowling Green residence/home office, and an employee let in the men and was met with a gun. The employee was knocked to the ground, tied up and sustained a broken bone.

The suspects are accused of taking a safe containing antique jewelry valued at $1 million, according to JSA. The Bowling Green couple were former wholesale jewelers who knew the victim. JSA reports that they are accused of setting up the robbery.

“During the home invasion the robbers spray painted an exterior surveillance camera, while another wore a portable Wi-Fi jammer during the robbery to disable the security cameras,” JSA states.

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