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Jewel Thief (Minifigures)

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Jewel Thief (Minifigures)
71011-jewelThief.jpg
Theme:

Minifigures

Accessories:

Transparent jewel
Grappling gun

Years:

2016

[List of appearances]

The Jewel Thief is a minifigure that was released in 2016 as a part of 71011 Minifigures Series 15.

LEGO.com Description[edit]

Red2x2.png This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Please do not modify it. “It’s the perfect crime!”

When night falls over the city, the Jewel Thief is in her element. As the police patrol the streets below, her grappling gun takes her up to the roof. There, she easily deactivates the alarm system, cuts through the skylight glass, and lowers herself down to the security vault. Somersaulting through the laser grid, she skillfully cracks the locking code and escapes with the most valuable diamond inside, pausing only to give the guard dog a friendly scratch under the chin.

But there’s no point to a well-orchestrated theft if nobody knows that it was you who did it. Other famous burglars have their own signature calling cards that they leave at the scene of the crime, so she’s picked one that seems just right. What better to represent a Jewel Thief than a precious gem? That’s why she always drops off the jewel she swiped in her last caper whenever she steals a new one!


Appearances[edit]

AccessoriesTransparent jewel
Grappling gun +
Image71011-jewelThief.jpg +
InfoboxTemplateMinifigure +
ShopDescription“It’s the perfect crime!” When nigh
“It’s the perfect crime!”

When night falls over the city, the Jewel Thief is in her element. As the police patrol the streets below, her grappling gun takes her up to the roof. There, she easily deactivates the alarm system, cuts through the skylight glass, and lowers herself down to the security vault. Somersaulting through the laser grid, she skillfully cracks the locking code and escapes with the most valuable diamond inside, pausing only to give the guard dog a friendly scratch under the chin.

But there’s no point to a well-orchestrated theft if nobody knows that it was you who did it. Other famous burglars have their own signature calling cards that they leave at the scene of the crime, so she’s picked one that seems just right. What better to represent a Jewel Thief than a precious gem? That’s why she always drops off the jewel she swiped in her last caper whenever she steals a new one!
last caper whenever she steals a new one! +
ThemeMinifigures +
TitleJewel Thief (Minifigures) +
Years2016 +