Watch: Man Steals Almost $100,000 from Jewish-Owned Rafaello & Co. Manhattan Jewelry Store

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The NYPD is trying to identify a man who casually stole bracelets worth nearly $100,000 from a Midtown Manhattan jewelry store, police said.

The suspect entered the Rafaello & Co jewelry store on West 47th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenue on the afternoon of July 30 and started browsing the store’s wares. While the jewel thief stood beside a bracelet display, he peered around the store, sensed nobody was watching and quickly reached behind the case and grabbed 19 bracelets, police said.

The stolen goods are valued at $97,000, police said. After pocketing the merchandize, the thief calmly exited the store, police said.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Can u answer my question??
    I just thought now that if i cant see YouTube clips because of my filter, do i have every single time another mitzvah or its not called a nasoyin because i anyways have this filter?

  2. WHY WOULD THE CASE BE UNLOCKED ????
    Do we called that negligence or just stupid ? Or maybe a insurance job?
    Something don’t make sense here.

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