It was bracelets for these jewel thieves.
Three members of a crime syndicate were arrested for the museum-heist of nearly $2.8 billion in 18th-century jewels following a sweeping raid in Germany Tuesday, but two of their accessories — and the cache of missing gems — remain in the wind.
A team of some 1,600 cops from federal special police forces and local agencies hit 18 locations in the sweep, focusing on Berlin’s Neukolln district and 10 apartments, garages and vehicles.
They collared three German citizens in connection to the dramatic Dresden museum robbery from November 2019 — but failed to find two 21-year-old members of an organized crime family named as suspects.
They also failed to find any of the reportedly uninsured gems that had once belonged to Saxon ruler August the Strong and were snatched from the Green Vault inside a museum within Dresden’s Royal Palace in November 2019.
“Of course we hope that the jewelry sets will