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Category Archives: watch
It’s apparently crack down on Lindsay Lohan week for Los Angeles law enforcement.
A day after sheriff’s deputies made a surprise house call to LiLo’s pad, the actress party girl’s attorney confirmed that the Los Angeles Police Department also has Lindsay in its crosshairs.
Who said she’s no longer in demand?
This time, cops questioned Lohan after a friend’s $35,000 Rolex went missing—at the star’s home, of all places.
Some ¥5 million worth of watches and other items were stolen before dawn Thursday from Tobu Department Store Co.’s Ikebukuro store in Tokyo, and the thieves apparently got in via a hole they cut in the outer wall of the seventh floor — a tactic similar to a heist in the Ginza district earlier this year for which a group in Hong Kong was charged, police said.
A sign of the old times… and perhaps more new heists to come. With the advent of mobile phones especially the smart ones, do people wear watches anymore?
Friday, Feb. 12, 2010 Man faces H.K. trial for Kobe heist HONG KONG (Kyodo) A Hong Kong man charged with trafficking stolen watches was in Japan when a theft was reported at a department store in Kobe last year, a Hong Kong court was told Thursday. Lee Kui-man, 46, appeared in the Kwun Tong Magistrates’ Court on charges of “handling stolen goods.” He was arrested last month at a border checkpoint on his way to mainland China with nine stolen watches, eight of which bear serial numbers that linked them to a Daimaru department store in Kobe.
This $25,000 Seiko is not your ordinary run of the mill Seiko. Made of lightweight materials the watch features glowing dials for easy readability and and air sealed high-intensity titanium body, it is said to be able to endure the intense surroundings of outer space.