Losses declined to $53.4M.
He paid a CA$2,300 ransom.
The alleged thief claimed to be a soldier looking for an engagement ring.
One of the items was a Graff diamond bracelet valued at $117,000.
He apparently used his advanced age and non-threatening demeanor to his advantage.
'Nobody would pick them up.'
One of the suspects wore a cowboy hat.
Four suspects were arrested.
The trend has spread to New Jersey and Connecticut.
He'll have to serve 4 years of probation.
He'll serve a prison term and pay $89,000 in restitution.
'Employers should share this information with their employees so that all jewelry firms can be ready to face such a dangerous threat,' JSA stated.
She allegedly pawned some of the pieces and listed some on eBay and Poshmark.
Authorities found more than 3,200 bracelets.
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Two people were arrested.
JSA has identified 50 such cases.
He was arrested May 30.
She's accused of second-degree murder.
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