Police Seek Suspects Who Pawned Fake Gold Jewelry in Hialeah - NBC 6 South Florida

Police Seek Suspects Who Pawned Fake Gold Jewelry in Hialeah

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    Four People Wanted For Defrauding Pawn Shops

    Four people are wanted for pawning fake gold jewelry in Hialeah.

    (Published Thursday, July 12, 2018)

    Police are looking for four people suspected of defrauding pawn shops throughout Hialeah.

    Moise Bruno, 32; Rishana Contreras Ramirez, 25; Joane Mary Gomez, 28; and Nadia Michelle Morales-Alvarez, 27, are all accused of pawning fake gold jewelry, the Hialeah Police Department announced Thursday.

    All the pawned jewelry was coated with a small amount of gold in order for it to pass the initial gold verification and inspection phase, police said. Upon further inspection, the jewelry was discovered to be fake and was deemed worthless.

    Bruno and Morales-Alvarez are both convicted felons, according to police. All of the suspects are believed to reside in the Orlando area.

    Anyone with additional information should contact the Hialeah Police Department at 305-687-2525 or submit a tip to Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.

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