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Priceless Jewelry Stolen From Glen Rock Estate Sale

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Glen Rock NJ, in what seemed like an ordinary estate sale in Glen Rock on Saturday, someone walked away with an unexpected bargain—three pieces of pricey jewelry. The incident took place at a home on Rock Road, where the sale was being held in memory of a deceased family member.

According to the police, at 8:49 p.m., the individual organizing the estate sale reported that a theft had occurred during the event. Amid the hustle and bustle of numerous attendees, someone had managed to slip into an upstairs bedroom and make off with two pearl necklaces and a gold Piaget watch. The total value of the stolen items was reported to be $10,000.

The organizer, overwhelmed by the number of visitors, was unable to identify a specific suspect. The case remains under investigation as the police work to track down the individual responsible for this substantial theft.

While estate sales often provide an opportunity for buyers to find unique treasures at discounted prices, this incident serves as a reminder of the importance of vigilance and security during such events. If you have any information regarding the theft, please contact the Glen Rock Police Department.

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6 thoughts on “Priceless Jewelry Stolen From Glen Rock Estate Sale

  1. The only people that make any money at an “estate sale” are the company holding the sale and his/her friends that show up early.

  2. My friend had an estate/yard sale when her mother died. I helped her watch the ‘customers’ who did their best to steal anything if they weren’t being watched. People just suck

  3. Estate sales are a great way to sell the bulk of items in a home, with the best being removed for sale at auction prior. Still, with so many folks in attendance, nothing of significant value should remain in the home, not even an ‘off-limits’ area.

  4. Sorry that the theft took place but how can something that is priceless be sold?

    1. Tell me you didn’t read the article without telling me you didn’t read the article.

  5. Were they playing basketball in Glen Rock before stopping at the Estate Sale ?

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