New Haven police are investigating after $73,000 worth of jewels, cash, electronics, and religious items were reportedly stolen from a reverend’s car.
On Wednesday, officers responded to Yale-New Haven Hospital where Rev. Ramzi Musallam, of Pennsylvania, said items were stolen from his car that was valeted on Howard Avenue.
Musallam, of the Flight 93 Memorial Chapel in Friedens, PA, told police he left his red Cadillac with the Towne Park Valet Service on Wednesday. When he went to retrieve it, he claimed over $73,000 worth of items were stolen from his car.
Police said Musallam claimed he locked the glove compartment before handing over the car, but said $9,000 in cash, a First National Bank credit card, a Summerset Trust credit card and a Visa Platinum credit card were also stolen.
He claims the following were stolen:
To see photos of the items, click here.
Musallam told police the thief missed the $30,000 worth of jewels he left in the trunk.
Police are still investigating.
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