STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (AP) - A member of the Backstreet Boys pop music group tells police that $120,000 in jewelry was stolen from a Stone Mountain hotel where he and his wife were staying.
Brian Littrell tells WSB-TV that they were leaving Stone Mountain Park when they realized the jewelry had been left on a nightstand in their hotel room. He said that when they returned to the hotel to retrieve the items, they were gone.
Leighanne Littrell says the $120,000 in jewelry included her wedding ring valued at $110,000.
WSB reported that police on Sunday night were at the hotel, not far from the granite mountain featuring a giant carving of Civil War figures Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis and Stonewall Jackson on horseback.
It wasn't immediately clear when the reported theft occurred.
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