Victim’s bracelet stolen by a family member and recovered in Texas

“I was assigned a case where a very expensive men’s bracelet was stolen. The victim described it with having a Medusa emblem and a St. Jude symbol on it. I searched LeadsOnline and received a hit within minutes. Unfortunately for the complainant, she had a thief in her family. The victim’s uncle stole her bracelet, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. The bracelet was valued at $5,000. Thanks LeadsOnline for helping out!”

Det. David Liendo
Webb County Sheriff’s Department

$16,000 bracelet recovered after stolen during home remodel

“I was assigned a case where a $16,000 gold and diamond bracelet was stolen during a remodel at a residence. After identifying all the employees working on this remodel I was able to locate the stolen bracelet using LeadsOnline. The bracelet had been sold to a local jewelry store on the day of the theft by one of the construction workers. Looking up this worker’s history has implicated him in other theft cases that were originally unsolved.”

Det. Richard Severs
Germantown Police Department

Officer uses LeadsOnline to recover $4,000 worth of jewelry from Philadelphia apartment burglary

“One afternoon the complainant reported a burglary. That morning, she received a call from her landlord asking if she had put a ladder up to her second floor apartment and if she had cut the screen. The complainant said no and told the landlord to call the police. She returned that afternoon and found her jewelry missing. One pearl necklace, two diamond necklaces, three Pandora bracelets, one gold type men’s wedding band, one yellow gold type five emerald cut diamond women’s engagement ring, and one gold type ring with an opal and diamonds around the edge of the opal were all missing. The total value was $4,000. The complainant also stated that there was damage to her kitchen window screen valued at $25. Officer Malone went on LeadsOnline and found the complainant’s jewelry that was sold at a business. Police went to the victim’s apartment and showed the complainant a picture of the jewelry and she positively identified her jewelry. After further evidence was gathered the suspect was arrested for the burglary.”

Ofc. Brian Malone
Philadelphia Police Department