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Tokyo Police Arrest 3 Members of Pink Panda Theft Ring

Tokyo, Japan - On January 20, 2017, Yang Kuaikai, 37 and two other Chinese nationals stole a diamond ring valued at 2.8 million yen ($35880) USD. The subjects stole the ring from a dealer at the International Jewelry Tokyo show.

Video: Five subjects stole $5.4 million worth of precious stones

Paris, France - On January 10, 2018, five subjects entered a high-end hotel and stole jewels from the hotel's boutique.

Precious Indian jewels stolen from exhibit

Venice, Italy - On January 3, 2018, thieves stole Indian jewels from the Al Thani Collection. The collection includes jewelry dating from India’s Mughal Empire.

Thief Steals $453,000 worth of gems from jewelry store

Nanchong, China - On December 8, 2017, a subject drilled a hole into the rear wall of a gold shop. The subject escaped with 3 million yuan (US$453,300) worth of jewelry. 

Video: $200,000 Rooftop Burglary

Christchurch, New Zealand - On November 26, 2017, burglar(s) ripped of a roof panel, bored a hole and then smashed through a wall before stealing jewelry.

Turkish Police Detain Colombian Nationals After $1M Robbery

Ankara, Turkey - November 13, 2017 - Turkish Police arrested four Colombian nationals who are members of an international robbery gang.

Manhunt for 11 Suspects After Theft from Taiwan’s Jewelry & Gem Fair

Taiwan - On November 6, 2017, police in Taiwan identified 11 suspects that stole jewelry from the Taiwan Jewelry & Gem Fair.

Six suspects escape on mopeds after burglary

Central London - On October 9, 2017, at around 7:18 p.m., six suspects armed with hammers and a machete were involved in a burglary of a high-end jewelry store.

Robbers Steal 197 Million Yen from Jewelry Salesmen

Bangkok, Thailand - On October 2, 2017, two jewelers were robbed of over 197 million yen ($1.7 million USD) in cash.

Chilean Jewelry Crime Gang Arrested in Sydney

Sydney, Australia - On September 19, 2017, two suspects were arrested for their involvement in a gang that stole over $600,000 worth of jewelry in Sydney.