Diamonds stolen in Stevenage burglary
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Two diamond rings and a digital camera have been stolen in a burglary.
Police are appealing for information after the items were stolen from an address in Brige Road West, Stevenage, between 3.15am-4.45am on Wednesday November 13.
The camera was a Nikon D5000 Digital Camera while the first ring was a white gold diamond with a V-shape cut at the front and three embedded diamonds. The second was a white gold diamond ring with an oval lilac amethyst stone.
Detective Constable Kirsty Chenery, who is investigating, said: “This incident occurred in the early hours of the morning, as such anyone around at this time would likely stand out. If anyone saw anything or anyone unusual or suspicious in the area in the early hours of the morning, please get in touch with me.
“Understandably, the victims have been left shaken by this incident but we are doing all we can do find those responsible and reunite the stolen property to its rightful owners. The rings taken are quite distinctive and I would urge anyone who has been offered them, or any of the other property, for sale or knows of their whereabouts to get in touch with me as soon as possible.”
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Anyone with information is asked to contact DC Chenery via the Herts Police non-emergency number 101 quoting crime reference number E1/13/6504. Alternatively call Crimestoppers, the independent charity, anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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