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Bronfmans renew efforts to find stolen Habs Stanley Cup rings, other gems

TORONTO - One of Canada's wealthiest families is renewing their search for a pair of Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup rings and other valuables stolen from their Toronto mansion last fall.

TORONTO - One of Canada's wealthiest families is renewing their search for a pair of Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup rings and other valuables stolen from their Toronto mansion last fall.

The Bronfman family has created www.bronfmanjewellery.com, a website dedicated to finding the missing items.

The family has hired a private investigator to help track down the valuables.

Mark Mendelson says the Bronfmans are still offering a substantial reward for the items or any information leading to their recovery.

More than $1 million in jewelry was taken during the Nov. 8 theft, including the two Habs rings dating back to the 1970s, when brothers Peter and Edward Bronfman owned the NHL team.

Other precious stones and metals handed down through generations, including a flawless six-carat diamond, were also stolen.

 
 
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