How to avoid becoming a jewellery burglar

A burglar who steals jewellery and sells it online is going to get caught.

But when the thief does so, it will not be for the crime of stealing the goods.

Instead, he will be caught by the police.

And when the burglar does get caught, he is going down in the history books.

In 2017, a jewellers shop in Cape Town, South Africa, was burgled for the second time.

The thieves had broken into the shop and stole about $30,000 worth of jewellery.

In the meantime, they had been able to sell the stolen items for a lot more money than they had ever paid for them.

So when police came to arrest the thief, they found out the thieves had stolen jewellery worth $35,000.

And as the police officer was speaking to the jewellery shop owner, he noticed something odd.

The jewellery store owner was holding a bag of money in his hand.

The police officer had no idea what to make of this.

The man in the bag looked to be in his 40s.

But he was not a typical criminal.

In fact, he was a retired teacher who was very well known to the police department in the Cape Town area.

When he was arrested, he had a large stash of jewellies in his bag.

The burglar, however, did not have much money on him.

As he was handcuffed and taken to the station, the police officers took his jewellery for a look.

When the jewelliers jewellery was inspected, they discovered it was in perfect condition.

In addition, there were also some small scratches on the outside of the bag.

But the police still didn’t know what was inside.

When they searched the man’s wallet, they realised that there were two small bills in the purse.

The two bills had been hidden under the jeweller’s shoes.

When police went to take the jews for further examination, they noticed that they were both missing from the purse when the officers opened it.

The burglars then fled in their car.