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Two robbers killed inside jewelry store

Couva, Trinidad & Tobago - On March 6, 2019, at approximately 5:00 a.m., two subjects robbed a jewelry store. After the owners were informed of the robbery, they called the police. 

Lev Leviev’s Bookkeeper mysteriously dies

Ramat Gan, Israel - On November 11, 2018, Mazal Hadadi, a bookkeeper for one of Lev Leviev's companies allegedly jumped to her death from the tenth floor of a bathroom window in Leviev's office building.

82-year-old woman knocked down during robbery

Melbourne, Australia - On October 17, 2018, at approximately 2:30 p.m., a man wearing a vest jumped over a jewelry store's counter and smashed the display cabinet. He escaped with more than $100,000 in jewelry.

Thieves Arrested After Stealing $81,000 Diamond

Dubai - On October 22, 2018, two subjects stole a diamond worth DH(300,000) approximately $81,673 USD from a jeweler in Dubai.

Sweden’s Crown Jewels Stolen in Speedboat Getaway

Strangnas, Sweden - On July 31, 2018, a group of thieves stole the Swedish Royal family's regalia from a cathedral.

Thieves stole $2.1 million in diamonds from Russia during the World Cup

Kazan, Russia - July 18, 2018 - During the 2018 World Cup, tourists from Colombia and Guatemala allegedly stole a bag of diamonds from a jewelry exhibition in Kazan, Russia, which held six World Cup matches.

Police Seize $3.5 million in fraudulent watches

Bondi Junction NSW, Australia - On July 19, 2018, North South Wales Police conducted a five-hour long search at a jewelry store.

Video: Police Seek Elderly Couple for Theft

Leigh-on-Sea, England - On June 22, 2018, an elderly man placed a necklace into a large bag before exiting a retail store.

Video: International Diamond Thief Arrested

Miami, FL - On June 24, 2018, 67-year-old Tamaz Hubel was arrested for committing a theft of a $158,000 ring from a jeweler in Chicago.

Jewelers Seek Exhile in St. Kitts and Nevis

New York, NY - On February 28, 2018 JCK Magazine published an article regarding a coveted destination for former jewelers facing legal pressure.