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Saturday, October 1, 2011 - 3:24am

More Arrests in $3M Jewelry Heist

Updated: 3 years ago.
According to officials, the jewelry thieves bypassed the security system at Milano's Fine Jewelry in Cumming and cut their way through concrete walls to get inside from an empty building next to the store. They stole items worth more than $2.8 million. (Photo Courtesy of Krissa Corbett Cavouras via Flickr.)

Forsyth County officials said three more arrests have been made in the theft of more than $2.8 million worth of jewelry.

Michael T. Holloway, Connie Holloway and Amanda Hogan, all of Smyrna, were arrested Thursday and charged with one count each of party to the crime of burglary and theft by taking.

Connie Holloway is the mother of Michael and Kenardis Holloway, who were arrested earlier this week in connection with the burglary. So far, no bond has been set for any of the burglary suspects, who remain in the Forsyth County Detention Center.

According to officials, the thieves bypassed the security system at Milano's Fine Jewelry and cut their way through concrete walls to get inside from an empty building next to the store.

The crime was discovered Monday morning.

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