Mystery resolved: NY Store Employees thrown off the stolen diamond
The diamonds that worths $5 million, thrown away accidentally by the J. Birnbach, Inc. post workers now recovered. A few days ago a report filed delineated a loss of diamonds from the safe of New York City business jeweler. As per the reports Birnbach left the boxes filled with diamonds out, and mistakenly employees throw them in a trash.
Some days before, it was cited that Jonathan Birnbach left the boxes out when he turn out and workers had thrown out of them erroneously. Further, it describes that the diamonds that worths up to $10 million went missing from the jeweler’s safe of the New York City business. The owner of J. Birnbach, Inc., Jonathan Birnbach allegedly confessed that due to his negligence failed to lock the safe where the diamonds were stored. Now, after rigorous investigation into the mystery of lost diamonds is resolved, according to the details in the New York Post, employees at J. Birnbach, Inc. unintentionally disposes of out the diamonds. It is submitted that the members of staff were succoring their boss shift to another floor and throw three diamonds filled wooden boxes in a trash without bothering to see inside. A building security guard, Wilfred Martinez while patrolling the third floor reputedly saw the boxes in the pile of trash and then continued to sell some to a jeweler in the same business building. Withal, he kept the $3.2 million worth 17-carat diamond with him. Cops assessing surveillance video saw the guard seize the boxes from the hallway of the third floor and held him. He, along with the smaller diamonds turned over the valuable diamond and $10,000 in cash to the constabulary.