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Backstreet Boy Target of Jewelry Theft

Brian Littrell lost $120K in items at Georgia hotel

March 6, 2012 8:40 AM ET
Brian Littrell lost $120K in items at Georgia hotel
Brian Littrell lost $120K in items at Georgia hotel
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Backstreet Boys singer Brian Littrell has told police that $120,000 in jewelry was stolen from a Stone Mountain hotel where he and his wife, Leighanne, were staying.

According to Littrell, he and his wife realized they had left jewelry on the nightstand in their room as they were leaving the hotel, which is just outside Atlanta. When they returned to retrieve the items, they had disappeared. The jewelry included his wife's engagement ring, which is valued at $110,000.

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Police investigated the scene at the hotel on Sunday night, but thus far it is unclear what time the supposed theft occurred.

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