ATTLEBORO, Mass. (AP) -Another Massachusetts man is facing charges in connection with a $2 million jewelry heist that included New York Giants Super Bowl rings.
Forty-year-old David Nassor pleaded not guilty Monday in Attleboro District Court on a charge of receiving stolen property. He was held on $50,000 cash bail and ordered to return to court for a hearing April 15.
Investigators searching Nassor's house in Petersham allegedly found one of the Giants rings, gold ingots and other items reported stolen in the June burglary in Attleboro. The heist happened at E.A. Dion Inc., a jewelry manufacturer.
An Attleboro District Court spokewoman said it was unclear if Nassor had hired an attorney.
Three other people have been charged in the case.

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