No more bling

  • Sunday, March 31, 2013

A woman going through a divorce noticed her very expensive jewelry missing. She called her attorney because she suspected her soon-to-be ex-husband may have done it, according to a police report. The attorney advised her to make a police report.

The responding officer went through the list of missing things with her. Everything from diamonds, to pearls to necklaces of gold and silver were missing. The missing jewelry totaled an estimated 4250,000.

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