Poland native and former Elm Terrace Gardens employee Diane Witynski, 56, of the 2000 block of Maple Avenue, Hatfield, faces seven to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty in Montgomery County court to four felony charges of theft and four felony counts of receiving stolen property in connection with stealing more than $5,000 in jewelry and belongings from residents at the Lansdale senior living facility, according to The Reporter. The thefts occurred between July and August 2012, according to police. Witynski began employment at Elm Terrace Gardens in June 2012. The thefts occurred between July and August 2012, according to police. Witynski began employment at Elm Terrace Gardens in June 2012. Police said on four dates in late July and early August officers took theft reports from four separate residents of Elm Terrace Gardens. In three of the thefts, jewelry was stolen estimating $5,380, police said. The fourth theft involved the stealing of $80 in cash, police said. All thefts occurred in the rooms of elderly victims, police said. A check of the employe schedule revealed that Witynski was the one employee working all four dates when the thefts occurred, police said. Lansdale detectives began checking jewelry stores and pawn shops for the stolen jewelry. During these investigations, it was discovered that Witynski had been selling jewelry to a Hatfield Township jeweler, police said. On August 29, Witynski allegedly sold jewelry to the jeweler, which was identified by one of the victims as their stolen property, police said.