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Police Recover Axl Rose's Jewelry, Make Arrest

Young model connected to $200,000 theft has been detained

June 6, 2012 5:05 PM ET
Axl Rose
Axl Rose performs at the O2 Arena in London.
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Police in Paris have nabbed a young woman in connection to $200,000 worth of jewelry stolen from Axl Rose, reports the Agence France-Presse. Following a Guns N' Roses concert in Paris on June 5th, the band played during a private aftershow event. Police say three gold and diamond necklaces were stolen during the post-gig party. The woman, a model, returned the necklaces today to police and was subsequently arrested. She claims not to know how she ended up leaving with the jewelry.

Guns N' Roses are currently on a European tour through July 22nd.

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