By  on June 24, 2009

PARIS — French police arrested 32 suspects Monday evening in connection with last year’s multimillion-dollar heist at the Harry Winston jewelry store in Paris.

The robbery took place in December, when four thieves —three of whom were dressed in wigs and dresses — raided the Harry Winston store on Avenue Montaigne off the Champs-Elysées, near the presidential palace. In one of France’s largest jewelry thefts, they ran away with gems worth 85 million euros, or $107 million.

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