A criminal complaint says a young woman visited the jewelry shops posing as a customer to memorize the first place, count the number of employees and identify the location of surveillance cameras.
A criminal complaint says a young woman visited the jewelry shops posing as a customer to memorize the first place, count the number of employees and identify the location of surveillance cameras. Miami Herald File RC White/For The Herald
A criminal complaint says a young woman visited the jewelry shops posing as a customer to memorize the first place, count the number of employees and identify the location of surveillance cameras. Miami Herald File RC White/For The Herald

Husband and wife led complicated jewelry store robberies, cops say

October 09, 2016 1:59 PM