Diamond worth 45 million euros 'stolen' from Paris hotel

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Diamond worth 45 million euros 'stolen' from Paris hotel

A diamond worth 45 million euros ($50 million) has supposedly been stolen from a lavish lodging in Paris by two men who acted like valuable stones specialists, experts said on Thursday. 

The Paris Public Prosecutor's Office disclosed to Efe news that it has propelled a primer examination concerning a supposed sorted out heist that occurred in an inn situated in the VIII area, a short separation from the Avenue des Champs Elysees in focal Paris. 

The examination has been given over to the police of the Brigade de Répression du Banditisme (Banditry Repression Brigade), an uncommon unit that administers furnished burglary, genuine robberies and trick tests and works inside the Ministry of the Interior. 

The person in question, a Guinean national, had made an evening arrangement for May 13 at the Warwick inn for a valuation of her 43.5-carat precious stone. 

 

The two men and lady invested some energy talking at the lodging's bar amid which one of the suspects inspected the valuable stone before returning it to its proprietor. 

Yet, after two days, the lady went to a police headquarters to report her precious stone had been stolen after she found it had been supplanted by an impersonation. 

It is still early days for examiners who will initially check the lady's record of occasions and follow her action in an offer to distinguish the suspects.

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