STOLEN - American Indian Jewelry - Laguna Beach, CA

Numerous American Indian Jewelry items were stolen from a Laguna Beach, CA Gallery on or about
January 22, 2012

On 1-22-12 in an early morning window smash and grab theft, many items of Navajo, Pueblo and Taxco jewelry were stolen from Len Wood’s Indian Territory gallery in Laguna Beach California. The reversible “spinner style” Marie Francisco belt/necklace/bracelet shown in the photos and several trays of other jewelry were stolen.

A squash style necklace with eight silver Liberty dollars and a turquoise stone set in the sandcast naja is shown in the two attached photos from a similar theft approximately four weeks earlier on approx. 12-27-11. (see photos) A more typical squash blossom necklace with silver leaf motifs on each side of each stone was among other mostly jewelry items also taken. (see photos)

Additional jewelry items were taken but are still to be determined.

If you have any information about these items, please contact Officer Abraham OCampo (949)497-0701 Police Report #12-00257.
You may also contact Len Wood’s Indian Territory Gallery (949) 497-5747, (800) 579-0860, or email