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$2 Million Worth of Jewelry Including Super Bowl Rings Stolen

Police say New York Giants Super Bowl rings were among the $2 million worth of items stolen from an Attleboro, Massachusetts jewelry company sometime over the weekend.

Police say thieves disabled the alarm system at E.A. Dion's building, cut a hole in the roof and made off with a safe that weighed at least 1,000 pounds and containing gold, gems and the rings.

The incident was discovered by an employee on Sunday when she was unable to access her work e-mail from home, apparently because phone lines had been cut.

Capt. David Proia says police are investigating but there are no suspects.

Company President Edward Dion Jr. says the company is running as normal and customers know "we've run into a bit of a hiccup."

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