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Detectives sought the public’s help Friday to identify a suspect who burglarized a home in the Wilshire area.
Joe Hattar, owner of Diamonds By Monet in Temecula, shared with CBS2/KCAL9 security video that shows a burglary suspect carving a hole into the side of a cement and steel safe for three hours early last Monday.
There’s now a new option for consumers who want the brilliance of a diamond while being sure their gem doesn’t come from a conflict zone.
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STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — Designer Renee Dee and Master Gemologist Alfredo Molina of Black, Starr & Frost jewelers visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday to show off the five key pieces that are essential for women’s […]
Former Office Manager Accused Of Embezzling Nearly $350K From Riverside Police Officers’ Association
A complete investigation alleges Alis Archibeque purchased personal groceries, gas, utility bills, concert tickets, jewelry, tattoos, car payments and home appliances with the RPOA credit cards.
Shopping for jewelry is an experience, and in Orange County these experiences are made to last a life time.
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Police are seeking the public’s help in solving a burglary earlier this year at a Cheviot Hills home.
There is an old saying that “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” and that ideal is precisely what antique lovers find so appealing. Each of these Orange County stores carries something that once defined our past and is just waiting for its place to shine again in the present.
Suspects are seen knocking the door of one residence to make sure no one is home before breaking in, and can be heard talking about what to take and telling each other to hurry up.
Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Department deputies Wednesday released a “selfie” photo to the public in hopes it would lead them to a pair of burglary suspects.
“I think he’s a worthless piece of crap, that he would steal from me and my children.”