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Springfield Police Seek Woman Who Took $1,200 Ring from Jewelry Store

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB) — Police are hoping that someone will be able to identify a woman who took a $1,200 ring from a city store.

Springfield Police Sgt. John Delaney says that on Sunday, October 27, a woman walked into a city jewelry store and asked a salesperson to look at a tray of rings.

The woman, with the help of the store clerk, began to try on several rings to match a ring she was already wearing.

Delaney adds that the women then allegedly “distracted the sales person and switched her worthless ring for a diamond ring worth $1,200.00.”

The women then left the store a short time and got into a small purple car.

Anyone who may know the identity of the woman is asked to call Springfield Police Det. Sgt. Danny Reigner at (413) 787-6355. You can also ‘Text-a-Tip’ to ‘CRIMES’ (274637) and in the message, type ‘SOLVE’ and your tip.





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