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California Jewelry Store Ransacked by More Than 12 Suspects

Among the items taken were watches, necklaces and rings




A jewelry store in the San Francisco Bay Area was ransacked by a group of more than a dozen people Wednesday afternoon.

The suspects used tools to smash open the doors at Bhindi Jewelers, which normally buzzes customers in, CBS News reports. Between 12 and 15 masked men and women then rushed into the store, which is located in Newark, witnesses said.

Among the items taken were watches, necklaces and rings, with the suspects leaving in four cars, witnesses said. No estimate for the dollar amount of the loss has yet been released.

Police recovered two stolen vehicles believed to be connected to the crime, according to CBS News.

No arrests had been reported as of Friday.



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