Authorities say she admitted to stealing the jewelry.
Police in Arizona say a jewelry-store employee took $250,000 worth of items from the business.
KNXV-TV reports that Emma Pchakjian, who worked for Diamondcraft in Scottsdale, has been arrested.
A weekly arrest report from the Scottsdale Police Department lists her charges as first-degree trafficking in stolen property and "theft-unauthorized service/property-embezzle."
Authorities say Pchakjian, 35, has admitted in a statement to stealing the jewelry. It disappeared from the store's inventory over a four-month period.
Most of the jewelry has not been found, though some of it was located at pawn shops, according to KNXV.
Read more at KNXV-TV
JEWELER SUCCESS STORIES
Wilkerson Steps in When It’s Time to Step Back
Jim Russell of Stein Jewelry in Madison, Mississippi, says Wilkerson seamlessly handled the sale that let him and his wife “do the things that we have always wanted to do.” Trust Wilkerson to handle your end of business sale—they’ll be there every step of the way.