Smash-and-grab robbery at L.A. jewelry store caught on camera

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Thieves were caught on camera smashing into a Los Angeles jewelry store with hammers and stealing tens or thousands of dollars in merchandise. As Gadi Schwartz reports, this is the latest in a string of smash-and-grab robberies in California. 

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