Rooftop Heist Takes $200K of Jewelry

FBI joins Philadelphia police in tracking down the thieves.
1:17 | 10/27/11

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-- most likely. This was a planned. Operation this scene -- -- while binge shopping plaza in the 16100 block of Washington -- Police say sometime overnight. Persons unknown managed to make their way across barbed wire which lies the building's roof. To breach a metal attached to gain entry into the building and avoid setting off the alarm system lowered themselves -- into the property. Broke through several walls. -- gained access to jewelry store. To the -- first a corporate had to break through a wall of the -- -- Vietnamese restaurant to gain entry into the Quang and jewelry store. Then they had to cut through solid steel bars to get inside the cage that the stores heavy duty state was housed in. Then they used a large masonry drill and other tools to cut through three layers of steel separated by 26 inch layers of concrete to -- the interior of the -- And approximately 200000 dollars worth of jewelry. Was stolen. Kyoto was devastated -- the culprits -- out of every piece of jewelry leaving her business in shambles and nothing to put in the display cases. The religious deity prominently displayed in the store to bring good luck and fortune apparently was unable to prevent the heist and apparently neither did the barb wire up on the roof.

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