USA: New York JFK Airport baggage handler stole 6 watches worth $130G.
A contracted baggage handler from Queens was arrested Wednesday, charged with stealing six Linde Werdelin collectible watches worth more than $130,000 last month from a controlled-access storage room at Kennedy Airport, authorities said. Leslie Sharbo, 48, of 183rd Street, Springfield Gardens, was arrested by Port Authority police and charged with grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property, PAPD spokesman Joseph Pentangelo said. Five of the six watches, worth $115,229, were recovered during a search of Sharbo’s home, Pentangelo said. A sixth watch, valued at $17,697, has not been recovered. More information is available at this link: http://www.newsday.com/news/new-york/pa-kennedy-airport-baggage-handler-arrested-in-theft-of-watches-1.11189055
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