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The heist of over $1 million in jewels from world-famous Tiffany's might have been an inside job, according to the New York police. Two armed men, wearing ski masks, reportedly entered the Fifth Avenue store Sunday night. After binding four security guards with duct tape, the robbers left with almost 300 pieces of jewelry, valued at as much as $1.25 million, and the videotapes from security cameras. Tiffany's opened for business today, and Lloyd's of London has offered a $25,000.00 reward for information on the theft.