Skip to comments.Facebook Pictures Lead to Manís Arrest after Marriage Proposal (stolen ring)
Posted on 12/31/2011 6:49:33 PM PST by Libloather
Facebook Pictures Lead to Mans Arrest after Marriage Proposal
4:15 pm, December 29, 2011, by Meredith Baldwin
Police recognized the stolen engagement ring from her photos and tracked down 25-year-old Ryan Jarvis. He confessed to stealing the ring from a Zales jewelry store before popping the question.
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Think of the stories they’ll be able to tell their kids.
Oh, no...say it ain’t so...
He went to Zales! LOL.
Let’s see if their ad agency is clever enough to use this ?!
Yeah, I don’t think of Zale’s as selling such unique products that any given one of them can be identified from a photo. Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe they’re ALL unique.
I suspect the diamond had a laser etched serial number, one of the FB friends knew the guy was a jerk, knew of the Zales robbery and put 2 and 2 together.
I have a diamond with the GIA paperwork and my stone has an ID number within it. Not all diamonds have that. I wonder if anyone knows if putting an ID no in the diamonds is now a standard thing of is that done by GIA?
I have the GIA paperwork for my diamond, too. As an added aid to identifying it if stolen, the setting was custom designed and is rather unique.
IIRC the laser ID is optional and can be the diamond report or it can be a personal message, name etc.
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