Jewelry Crime Stories: Week of Jan. 28

A roundup of jewelry crime stories from the past week:

Robbers Take $1.43 Million From Beverly Hills Store

Beverly Hills, Calif. On Jan. 25, robbers made off with $1.43 million worth of jewels from Jason of Beverly Hills jewelry store inside the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. According to reports, a male and female suspect entered the store posing as customers. When an employee opened a jewelry case for them to look, a third suspect appeared with a handgun and demanded jewelry.

Thieves Crash SUV Through Kay Jewelers

Stockton, Calif. On Jan. 29, suspects smashed a stolen SUV through the front door of Kay Jewelers. Once inside the store, the suspects broke display cases with hammers and stole jewelry. Police are still on the lookout for the men involved.

Suspects Threaten North Carolina Employees With Guns

Cary, N.C. On Jan. 29, three armed men robbed Edwards Fine Jewelers. The men stole roughly $250,000 worth of merchandise after threatening store employees with a gun. Police were able to catch one of the men, but the other two are still on the loose.