Crime Watch

CHARRIOL SEEKS STOLEN WATCHES Philippe Charriol U.S.A. and law enforcement officials are trying to track down a large shipment of timepieces stolen from one of the company's international distributors. Some of the watches are believed to have made their way to the U.S. A'LOR International, which distributes the brand in the U.S., says all serial numbers of the watches have been recorded with the U.S. Customs Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation "for confiscation and prosecution purposes." If approached by unauthorized sources, jewelers who carry the brand are encouraged to contact A'LOR International/Philippe Charriol U.S.A., 1227 Prospect St., La Jolla, Cal. 92037; (619) 454-0011, fax (619) 454-9944. ROBBERY FUGITIVE CAUGHT A man suspected of masterminding a robbery attempt in which a jeweler's wife died in March was captured in Canada in August. The suspect, Avra
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