Thieves Hit JCK Show

Thieves with Eastern European accents stole a diamond pendant worth $711,000 wholesale from a jewelry exhibitor at The JCK Show ~ Las Vegas on June 2, police told JCK magazine. The thieves are believed to be part of a ring that has stolen expensive jewelry in several U.S. cities. A man suspected of being involved was arrested by undercover police at the show later the same day. In another, unrelated theft at the show, five large diamond watches with a total retail value of $30,600 were stolen from a watch exhibitor. A private security guard is being sought for questioning. Anyone with information on either theft should contact Detective Sgt. Tim Shalhoob at the Tourist Security Division of the Las Vegas Police Department, (702) 229-3204. Sources say the theft of the pendant, which had 52 cts. of diamonds, from Eclat Co., a New York jewelry company, occurred about 2:15 p.m. June 2.
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