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Up to $1M worth of jewels stolen from Philadelphia store

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Someone cut a hole in the roof and made off with up to $1 million worth of jewels from a Philadelphia jewelry store.

Police say it's the second time in three months that Kim Thanh Jewelry has been targeted. Burglars cut through a wall in January to steal some items.

Police believe the heist took place after the store closed on Sunday. Telephone and power lines were cut.

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