11 Aug, 2017 @ 17:24
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Saudi prince has more than ONE MILLION EUROS worth of jewellery stolen from Marbella villa

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Cartier ring

POLICIA Nacional are investigating the theft of jewellery worth more than a million euros from a Saudi prince’s villa in Marbella.

Sources close to the investigation say a deposit box was snatched from the luxury pad on Tuesday morning.

The Arab prince and diplomat is said to have been dining with his family at a restaurant in Puerto Banus when the robbery took place.

The returned to find the living room door open and while a safe had disappeared from one of the rooms.

Police have found no apparent signs that the door or other external access to the villa, rented by the Saudi family from Monday, had been forced into.

The family were dining in Banus when the robbery occured

According to El Confidencial, the complaint made by the prince’s daughter details the missing items, worth more than €1 million.

The haul includes four rings with diamonds, two pendants and a ring with the Bulgari signature, a Chopard watch with diamonds, four Cartier rings, Four diamond-encrusted bracelets, twenty gold earrings, an Ipad and two mobile Iphones.

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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  1. No sign of forced entry? Doesn’t need Poirot to deduce an inside job. If indeed, a “job” ever took place? What kind of “safe” or “strongbox” can be simply picked up and carted off?

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