Transcript for 'Bling Ring' Jewelry Thieves Taken Down
Next tonight, the master jewel thieves police called the ocean's 11 of diamond gangs. Matt Gutman on the stunning move that got team caught. Reporter: Meet the "bling ring." The gang behind a string of perfectly planned jewelry store heists. This was a case of a lifetime. Reporter: 27 stores, 9 states, $4 million of stolen diamonds. Their M.O.? The grab and dash. Watch as he enters this Portland jewelry store. He was wearing a nice shirt and tie and jacket. Reporter: The ring-shopping Romeo offering a fake name and a fake profession, an architect. He then said, "May I compare the two rings and see them both together?" Reporter: In a flash, he's off with the diamonds. But Portland detectives eventually realizing he's part of this motley crew. Tracking the men down using pictures posted on social media. Cash for cushions. Bank note bedspreads. Here at this philly jewelry store, the diamonds turned to cash. We tried to talk to them. Wonder if you have anything to say -- You get away from me. Reporter: Wonder if you have anything to say -- I have nothing to say. Reporter: To the people whose diamonds were stolen, the rightful owners. You want to get that camera off me? Reporter: No comment and no business. The feds are shuttering the store tomorrow. Matt Gutman, ABC news, New York. And you can see the full report tonight on "20/20." At 10:00 P.M. Eastern. When we come back, the major
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