ALBANY, Ga. - Apparently diamonds are a dog's best friend, too.
When $10,000 in diamonds went missing from an Albany, Ga., jewelry store, employees say they suspected it was an inside job.
So they took X-rays of Honey Bun, a beloved dog who greets customers at the store, and determined that the pooch ate the jewels when the store's owner, Chuck Roberts, stepped away from his desk to help a customer.
X-rays confirmed that the Pomeranian did indeed eat the pricey snack and his owners let nature take its course and they have recovered the two $5,000 diamonds.
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