Tiffany's VP swipes $1.3 million in jewelry

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Tuesday, July 02, 2013

 

New York Daily News: A Tiffany & Co. VP who was fired in February faces federal charges of stealing diamond bracelets, platinum earrings and other jewelry worth $1.3 million from the company's flagship store.

Ingrid Lederhaas-Okun, 46, was arrested at her home in tony Darien, CT.

The feds say that between November, 2012, and February, 2013, she checked out over 165 pieces jewelry that went missing, "including numerous diamond bracelets, platinum or gold diamond drop and hoop earrings, platinum diamond rings, and platinum and diamond pendants."

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