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Inside Job Gone Wrong: Jewelry Store Employee Busted by Co-Workers After Allegedly Raiding the Safe

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Thief deactivated the alarm, but not the surveillance camera.

An employee of Littman Jewelers in Naples, FL is now in jail after admitting to stealing more than $1 million in goods from the store’s safe, Wink News reports. According to the article, Jeffrey Vickers allegedly deactivated the alarm to get into the safe, then removed multiple jewelry cases and took money out of the cash register before leaving the store. He was captured on surveillance camera, however, and later identified by co-workers as the man in the footage. After police discovered the jewelry in his vehicle, Vickers confessed that he was planning to use the stolen items to fund his drug addiction.

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