3 men charged in violent robbery of suburban jewelry store

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HINSDALE, Ill. — – Three men have been indicted after allegedly stealing thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from a suburban jewelry story last year.

$200,000 in luxury watches and jewelry was taken from Razny Jewelers in Hinsdale in March of 2017.

Tobias Diggs, 24, of Chicago, Marvon Hamberlin, 39, and Joshua McClellan, 29, were charged with robbery and robbery conspiracy; transportation of stolen goods; and using, carrying, and brandishing firearms during a crime of violence, according to the Illinois States Attorney.

Surveillance video captured the crime in which woman behind the counter was thrown to the floor, and the security guard was violently tackled onto a table by two of the suspects.

Police say both jewelry store employees were taken to the basement and held with another employee as the robbers ransacked the store.

Diggs and McClellan are in custody. A warrant has been issued for Hamberlin’s arrest.

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