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Beverly Hills Resident Arrested for Allegedly Selling Stolen Jewelry

Nejatollah "Paul" Javidzad is believed to have sold stolen goods out of his shop in L.A.'s Jewelry District.

A Beverly Hills man has been arrested for allegedly selling stolen goods out of his jewelry store in downtown Los Angeles, it was announced Monday.

"The owner, identified as 60-year-old Nejatollah "Paul" Javidzad, resident of Beverly Hills, was arrested for failing to comply with laws governing second-hand dealers, as well as possession of stolen property," Claremont Police Lieutenant Shelley Vander Veen said.

Claremont detectives investigating residential jewelry thefts were led to Paul’s Jewelry in the Jewelry District of L.A. on Jan. 4 after learning that a suspected thief had sold stolen property to the shop owner.

Javidzad was arrested and later released after posting $20,000 bail, according to the Claremont Courier.

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