Deputies Probe Theft From Jermaine Jackson’s Home
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sheriff’s detectives say they are investigating the reported theft of $192,000 in jewelry and luggage from Jermaine Jackson.
Michael’s Jackson’s older brother reported the theft of watches, rings and other jewelry after returning to Southern California from a vacation in mid-September.
Detectives say there are no suspects and no clear leads.
Authorities say Jackson and his wife noticed the items were missing on Sept. 18 and realized that one of the doors of their Calabasas home had been left unlocked.
The investigation was first reported by celebrity website TMZ.
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