Florida woman complaining about previous purchase steals diamond ring worth $15k; Reward offered to find her

2 months ago

Key West news, Florida news.

Authorities in Florida are looking for a woman who stole a $15,000 diamond ring from a Key West jewelry store on Feb. 10.

The unidentified woman walked into the Gold Silver Creations store and complained about a previous purchase she had made at the same shop.

She then stared at the 7 14-carat white gold ring with three diamonds and asked the manager Bigya Niroula if she could try it.

“She said, ‘Can I try the ring, please?’ I said, ‘Sure,’” the woman recalls.

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  • The manager went helping another customer giving a chance to the suspect to replace the diamond ring with one she had been wearing before leaving the place.

    The suspect was sporting a floral skin-tight outfit, leopard-print mask, and had her hair in two buns.

    Police said that she is believed to be living with her boyfriend in Stock Island and maybe from Homestead.

    Miami-Dade Police and the Florida Keys are offering $5,000 in reward for information about the suspect.