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Italy Jewel Theft

By: Uncredited, Associated Press
January 5, 2018 Updated: January 5, 2018 at 10:30 am
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photo - An undated photo of the stolen jewels from the Al Thani Collection that were on exhibit in Venice. Thieves on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018 stole precious jewels from the famed Al Thani Collection that were on exhibit in Venice, making off with a brooch and a pair of earrings by mixing in with the crowd on the final day of the show, police said.  The stolen jewels were considered to be of a lesser value than some of the highlights of the Al Thani Collection, but police said they were made of gold, platinum and diamonds and news reports estimated their value in the millions of euros. (The Al Thani Collection via AP)
An undated photo of the stolen jewels from the Al Thani Collection that were on exhibit in Venice. Thieves on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018 stole precious jewels from the famed Al Thani Collection that were on exhibit in Venice, making off with a brooch and a pair of earrings by mixing in with the crowd on the final day of the show, police said. The stolen jewels were considered to be of a lesser value than some of the highlights of the Al Thani Collection, but police said they were made of gold, platinum and diamonds and news reports estimated their value in the millions of euros. (The Al Thani Collection via AP) 
An undated photo of the stolen jewels from the Al Thani Collection that were on exhibit in Venice. Thieves on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018 stole precious jewels from the famed Al Thani Collection that were on exhibit in Venice, making off with a brooch and a pair of earrings by mixing in with the crowd on the final day of the show, police said.
The stolen jewels were considered to be of a lesser value than some of the highlights of the Al Thani Collection, but police said they were made of gold, platinum and diamonds and news reports estimated their value in the millions of euros. (The Al Thani Collection via AP)
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