"Retailer of high-end jewelry and blood diamonds, famed for its flagship Portola Drive location."
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Vangelico is a luxury jewelry store in Grand Theft Auto V. The player can buy stocks from them in the website.


A flagship branch of the company is located on Little Portola in Rockford Hills, Los Santos. According to a painting on the wall, Vangelico was founded in 1852.[citation/verification needed] It is modeled after the David Orgell's store on Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills. The interior contains several displays with jewelry and luxury accessories, a cashier and an office. The store is inaccessible to the player outside of heist missions.

Events of GTA Online

The shop is inaccessible in the original version of GTA Online.

A few months before the events of GTA V, the store is robbed by gunmen who later plan to sell the diamonds once they escape to the east coast. But the Online Protagonist and their crew kill them and steal the chopper with the diamonds on behalf of Lester Crest.

Events of GTA V

It is robbed by Michael De Santa and Franklin Clinton during The Jewel Store Job in 2013. Michael first poses as a customer with glasses provided by Lester Crest to case the store. He deals with an unnamed Jewelry Store Clerk. After the robbery, the store is closed down for the rest of the game and panels will now cover the windows and doors, stating that the store is "Undergoing renovations."

Events of GTA Online: After Hours

After the After Hours update, the store becomes accessible in the Enhanced Version during a Client Job. In 2018 Paige Harris enlists the GTA Online Protagonist to rob the store of a shipment of diamonds using the Terrorbyte's drone.

The same clerk is still working in the store during this robbery, albeit she is no longer wearing glasses.

Prominent Appearances in Missions

Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto Online


Vangelico stock will plummet after The Jewel Store Job, but will partially rebound after completion of Minor Turbulence. Buying stock at its reduced price prior to completing this mission can yield an approximate 42.57% return on investment.



  • On top of the rooftop construction, there are some blueprints lying on a table. However, these blueprints appear to be that of the FIB Headquarters, meaning the model was simply reused. This was fixed in the enhanced version.
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