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X-Ray Technician Finds Family Jewels In Suspect's Rear End

An X-Ray Technician helped locate stolen jewelry in a man's rectum -- and they reportedly belong to his family.

Someone needs to get to the bottom of this.

A suspected jewel thief in Konya, Turkey, has been arrested after stolen rings and necklaces were found in his rectum during an X-ray exam, police said.

The suspect, who is identified as "Ö.A.," was arrested after police investigating a break-in noticed his "peculiar" walk, according to DailySabah.com.

The 24-year-old was taken to a local hospital to be examined by an X-ray technician, according to the Anadolu Agency.

The technician found several objects in the suspect's rear end, including two gold rings, four gold earrings and two gold necklaces.

In an amazing coincidence, those objects belonged to the technician's family, according to Hurriyet.com.tr, a Turkish language website.

The recovered jewelry was handed over to authorities, presumedly after a good scrubbing.

Police arrested the suspect. They believe he was involved in two other robberies in the same neighborhood, according to Haberturk.com, a Turkish language website.

A second suspect, believed to be an accomplice, was also arrested.

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