$2M Jewelry Heist Includes Super Bowl Rings

Thieves broke into an Attleboro, Mass., jewelry company sometime between the evening of June 6 and the morning of June 8, and stole up to $2 million in gold, gems, and other valuables, including Super Bowl rings made for New York Giants staff members, The Associated Press reports.

The thieves disabled the alarm system at E.A. Dion Inc., cut a hole in the roof, and made off with a safe that weighed at least 1,000 pounds, the AP reports, quoting police sources.

The loss was discovered Sunday by a Dion employee. The heist could have taken place at any time over the weekend, Attleboro police told the AP.

The players and coaches received their rings a month ago, the AP reports. The rings were designed by Tiffany and Co. and have a retail value at $25,000 each, the Giants reportedly said.

E.A. Dion Inc., a family-owned company that has been in business for 40 years, was back up running at full speed and re-evaluating security, company president Edward Dion Jr. reportedly said.