Tuesday, April 2, 2013

$400,000 in diamonds stolen from city store

Police are searching for a couple following the theft of $400,000 worth of diamonds from a jewellery store in Castlereagh Street, Sydney.
 A CCTV image of the couple police wish to speak to about the diamond theft.
Police say the pair, pretending to be customers, were shown a number of pieces on Tuesday.
"It's alleged that, while no one was looking, the man entered a workshop area and stole a number of rare high-quality diamonds," police said in a statement.
The couple left the shop a short time later while the theft was noticed only the following day.
After reviewing CCTV footage, police believe the pair "may be able to assist with our inquiries".
Police say the man was about 40-45 years old. He was wearing a short-sleeved checked shirt, dark blue denim jeans, dark grey casual shoes and dark sunglasses.
The woman was about 35-40, about 155-160 centimetres tall, with a medium build and dark olive skin. She was wearing a pink T-shirt with "I love Australia" written on it, dark blue jeans, dark shoes, a tan coloured bucket hat and was carrying a large bag.

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