Police appeal after jewels theft
BEDFORDSHIRE Police are appealing to jewellers, second hand dealers and the public to try and trace a large quantity of jewellery that was stolen during a burglary. The jewellery was stolen during a burglary at a house in Rectory Road, Campton over the we
BEDFORDSHIRE Police are appealing to jewellers, second hand dealers and the public to try and trace a large quantity of jewellery that was stolen during a burglary.
The jewellery was stolen during a burglary at a house in Rectory Road, Campton over the weekend of February 21/22.
Among the items stolen was a clear crystal double necklace more than 50 years old, of high sentimental value.
Distinctive items stolen, say police, included an antique ivory elephant brooch, a gold pinned brooch with blue china flower in a blue velvet box, a pearl necklace in a red box, a gold chain with jade maple leaf pendant, a silver signet ring with black onyx square stone, a gold signet ring with heart-shaped cubic zirconia stone and pearl drop earrings.
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Also stolen was a pair of gold star earrings, gold maple leaf earrings, gold heart with red stone earrings and matching necklace, silver comedy and tragedy earrings, silver butterfly earrings with red stones, a gold plated charm and a pink velvet jewellery box and various other presentation boxes.
Anyone with information should contact Pc Richard Jones at Ampthill Police Station on 01234 841212, Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or text 07786 2000 11.
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