Burglers Do ‘Neat Job’
Even the Police Gve Praise for Jewel Thieves’ Technique
The New York Times, February 10, 1942
February 10, 1942
In what was described by police as a “neat job,” burglars entered a Queens jewelry store, ripped open a large safe, made a selection from the entire stock, leaving only the cheaper pieces, and left as quietly as they had arrived. The loss was given as $10,000.