Burglars Steal $100K in Jewelry, Handbags From Shopping Mall Developer’s Bronx Mansion - NBC New York

Burglars Steal $100K in Jewelry, Handbags From Shopping Mall Developer’s Bronx Mansion

Police say suspects broke into the Bronx Mansion Saturday evening and got away with $100,000 in goods

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    $100K in Goods Stolen From Riverdale Home

    $100K in Goods Stolen From Riverdale Home

    (Published Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019)

    What to Know

    • Police say suspects broke into a Bronx Mansion Saturday evening and got away with $100,000 in goods

    • The burglars got away with jewelry and 30 handbags, the sources said

    • The home belongs to Dan Ghermezian, CEO of Triple Five Group which owns the Mall of America in Minnesota, according to sources

    Thousands of dollars of jewelry and handbags were stolen from the home of a shopping mall developer in the Bronx, the NYPD confirmed Sunday. 

    Police say at least four suspects broke into the home in the Riverdale neighborhood around Grosevnor Avenue and Iselin Avenue Saturday evening and got away with $140,000 in goods. 

    The home belongs to Dan Ghermezian, CEO of Triple Five Group which owns the American Dream Mall in New Jersey and Mall of America in Minnesota, according to sources. 

    The burglars snuck into the home through a rear balcony door just after 5 p.m., according to law enforcement sources. They got away with jewelry and 30 handbags, the sources said. 

    Police have not said if anyone was home at the time of the burglary, but they did confirm that no one was injured. 

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