USA: United employee in Denver charged in $129,000 DIA jewel heist.
Denver police have arrested a United Airlines customer service agent at Denver International Airport who is suspected of stealing a cosmetic case containing $129,000 worth of jewelry after it fell from a traveler’s suitcase.
Commerce City resident Rafael Magana, 42, is charged with one count of felony theft in the case.
Christine Ferer arrived at DIA on an Aug. 8 United flight from Aspen and discovered that the case, which contained diamond earrings worth $35,000 and other expensive jewelry, had fallen from her suitcase, according to a search warrant.
More information available here: http://www.denverpost.com/2016/08/30/united-employee-charged-dia-jewel-heist/
Source: Denver Post.
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