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    Police search for 3 suspects in Huntington Beach smash-and-grab jewelry store robbery
    • July 4, 2023

    A Huntington Beach jewelry store was robbed Monday, over a year after employees at the same jewelry store fought off thieves during an attempted smash-and-grab robbery, officials said.

    The robbery occurred around 2 p.m. at Princess Bride Diamonds in Bella Terra, a family-owned business located at 7821 Edinger Ave. Three men armed with hammers entered the store and smashed several display cases before fleeing the scene with an unknown amount of stolen jewelry, said Huntington Beach Police spokesperson Jessica Cuchilla.

    Six people were evaluated at the scene and released by paramedics, said Cuchilla. Details on their conditions and whether they were customers or employees were unavailable.


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    ​ Orange County Register