Just a little over a year ago, a major theft in Montreal took place that resulted in over one million dollars in jewelry being stolen.\nThe theft took place in Montreal's Outremont borough in February 2020.\nEditor's Choice: Quebec's Spring Forecast Is Out & The Universe Is Finally Giving Us A Break\n\nAnd now, in March 2021, Montreal police "are asking for the public's help to locate the stolen jewellery and solve the circumstances of this theft."\nWhen asked why this event is only being brought to the public's attention a year later, SPVM spokesperson Raphaël Bergeron said, "we have been advised of the situation a couple weeks/a couple months ago, instead of when it [happened]."\n"So, that's why we came out with this information."\nThe SPVM provided photos of some of the items that were stolen, including a massive emerald ring.\nVol de bijoux d’une valeur de plus de 1 M$. : le #SPVM demande la collaboration de la population.Si vous détenez de l'info, communiquez avec Info-Crime Montréal. Une récompense pourrait être remise selon la qualité des informations reçues.Détails ➡ https://t.co/nUU9GkOKPD pic.twitter.com/0fjtmcnKgb— Police Montréal (@SPVM) March 1, 2021\n\nIf you happen to know anything about the incident, you could possibly be paid a reward for sharing what you know, "depending on the quality of the information received."\n\nThis article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.