Nearly $1 Million Worth of Antique Jewelry Stolen in Auto Burglary at San Francisco's Ocean Beach - NBC Bay Area
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Nearly $1 Million Worth of Antique Jewelry Stolen in Auto Burglary at San Francisco's Ocean Beach

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    Police are asking for the public's help in locating $900,000 worth of antique jewelry stolen during an auto burglary in San Francisco.

    The burglary was reported at 12 noon on Aug. 12 in the parking lot of Ocean Beach, near the Great Highway and Balboa Street, police said. The jewelry was inside two tote bags removed from the rear cargo area of a 2016 black Cadillac Escalade. Police said its rear driver's side window was shattered during the crime.

    The unique jewelry pieces are a 18K yellow gold tassel necklace, cushion cut diamond earrings (approximately four carats each), 18K yellow gold cuff bracelet and a diamond and pearl tassel necklace.

    A 2000 blue Acura TL was seen speeding from the area and is may be tied to the auto burglary, according to police.

    Anyone with information on the auto burglary and/or the whereabouts of the jewelry pieces is encouraged to contact the San Francisco Police Department tip line at 415-575-4444 or Text a Tip to TIP411 and begin the message with TIP411. Callers can remain anonymous.

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