Jewel thieves loose in M’sia


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  • Sunday, 17 Aug 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The two men who swiped two rings worth RM1.4mil within one-hour from two jewellery stores here are internationally wanted jewel thieves.

European jewellery and watch business crime prevention network International Jeweller Security manager Martin Winckel said the men, believed to be Taiwanese, had also stolen jewellery worth RM697,601 in two heists at high-end jewellery stores in London and Antwerp last year.

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