Dior handbag and Astley Clarke necklace among stolen items in St Ippolyts burglary
PUBLISHED: 15:52 15 January 2016 | UPDATED: 15:52 15 January 2016
A valuable handbag, rings and other jewellery have been stolen after thieves broke into a St Ippolyts home.
Among the stolen items are:
• A limited edition, pale cream leather, Dior handbag, with floral laser cut leather exterior and silver hardware
• A Dior gold, white coral and diamond pre-Catalan rose ring, in original box
• A Dior white gold ring with Tahiti black pearl dangling from it, in original box
• A Dior costume jewellery pendant necklace with two silver dice on a silver chain
• A Links of London gold ring with solitaire yellow diamond set in, in original box
• Astley Clarke diamond and yellow gold stud earrings
• Astley Clarke diamond and yellow gold pendant necklace
• Astley Clarke three stacking rings in rose gold, set with different coloured stones
• Various items of unbranded jewellery including a necklace, bracelets and earrings
Detectives are appealing for information after the incident, which took place near Stevenage Road between 4.30pm on Thursday, January 7 and 1pm the following day.
The intruders forced entry through a window at the back of the house and stole six rings, a Dior handbag, at least three necklaces, two more sets of earrings and other jewellery.
Det Con Craig Blake said: “The items taken are quite distinctive so would be recognisable to anyone who has come across them in recent days. It is possible the items have been offered for sale. If you believe you may know the whereabouts of the items, please get in touch.
“I would also like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed any suspicious activity in the area around the times stated. Any information, no matter how seemingly insignificant, could assist the investigation.”
Anyone with information that could assist is asked to contact Det Con Blake via the non-emergency number 101, quoting crime reference G1/16/60.
Alternatively contact the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or through their anonymous online form at crimestoppers-uk.org.