Jeweler Robbed Of Diamonds
August 20, 2011 by Post Team
The seller of jewelry, said on a visit to Israel, was at a friend’s house on the block 12900 of Hatteras Street Thursday night and apparently conducting and $ 2 million in diamonds without health insurance in a bag.
As the jeweler left at 10 pm, was hit from behind and then boxed in by two other cars at the corner of Bellaire Avenue and Burbank Boulevard, according to North Hollywood Police Department detectives.
Five to six masked suspects then broke the passenger window of the man, grabbed the bag of diamonds and left.
The victim, who suffered minor injuries, gave chase, but ended up losing track of the suspects. One of the vehicles was later found crashed and abandoned. Diamonds and the suspects were gone. Police said the jeweler did not have a bodyguard or insurance, so the incident is suspicious.
The suspects were described only as men wearing dark clothing and masks. Investigators planned to review the vehicle of the suspect’s fingerprints and other evidence. It is believed that the victim knew what was and was going to be in the moment of attack.
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