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High-tech Miami jewel thieves stalked the rich, including a N.Y. Yankees star

Xandi Garcia and his crew used Instagram to flaunt what appeared to be a luxurious lifestyle, draping themselves in showy watches and chains, posing with exotic cars and preening aboard boats.

The lifestyle, police and prosecutors said Tuesday, was actually fueled by marijuana grow houses and carefully planned burglaries targeting the wealthy and their jewelry.

And technology proved to be their downfall.

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