Conn. Dog Walker Allegedly Stole $38K Worth of Jewelry - NECN

Conn. Dog Walker Allegedly Stole $38K Worth of Jewelry



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    Kristina Cable, 33, faces a single count of first-degree larceny for the alleged theft of $38,000 worth of jewelry.

    A dog walker allegedly stole nearly $38,000 worth of jewelry from a West Hartford home, police said. 

    Kristina Cable, of East Hartford, faces a first-degree larceny charge for the alleged theft.

    Police said the 33-year-old was hired to walk a family's dog in West Hartford. An investigation was launched when the family realized valuable jewelry was missing. 

    The jewelry was worth $37,994, according to police. 

    Police said they are reviewing a "lengthy" pawn transaction record involving Cable to see if other families were victims of theft. Cable had multiple customers in West Hartford. 

    Police said Cable worked for a dog sitting company based in Windsor but did not disclose the name of the business. 

    Cable turned herself in to West Hartford police Thursday and was released on $25,000 bond. She is expected to appear in court on April 28.