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Police in Louisiana are trying to find a valued collection of SEC Championship rings. A home that contained 24 individual and SEC Championship rings was broken into on November 30th. The home was located south of Denham Springs. The house was broken into between 5:15 am and 10:00 am according to the owner who is doing everything in his power to get his ring collection back.
That victim had asked that we do everything we could prior to releasing it to the public to try and make and arrest,” Rushing said. “We have not been able to make any arrests and we don’t know where the jewelry is, so now we are soliciting help from the public.
Perry Rushing, the sheriff’s Chief of Operations says that the jewelry is not the easiest thing for a thief to fence. Police don’t think the robber was specifically targeting the rings and it was just a random burglary. The estimated take on the rings is $50,000 but it means more to the owner of the rings.
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The Livingston Sheriff’s department said that on November 30th, between 5:15AM and 10:00AM, a home in Denham Springs, Louisiana was broken into and a collection of 24 individual LSU and SEC Championship rings were stolen. The victim asked that the Sheriff’s department do as much as possible to find the rings before releasing the information about the crime to the … Continue reading …
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