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Downtown Los Angeles smash and grab robbery of a Chinatown jewelry store where five men broke display counters and grabbed more $350,000 worth of high-end watches.  The "smash and grab" heist marks the first since a rash of similar robberies plagued the Jewelry District in June and July.  It appears the word got out that the Jewelry District was too hot, so now the crews have hit a store in Chinatown," said Lt. Paul Vernon in a statement. "In this case, their MO was a little different in that they were after expensive watches, not gold chains.  All five suspects were black men who wore some kind of mask over their faces or red hooded sweatshirts that shielded their faces from view. Detectives are working with the business to recover video of the robbery.  (Source

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