Police search for owners of missing gold and silver jewellery found in Stevenage raid
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Police are trying to trace the owners of a games console, mobile phone and jewellery recovered after a raid in Stevenage.
The items were discovered by police after a property was searched on November 29 but so far an owner has not been identified.
The haul included a pair of gold cufflinks with a red tartan pattern, a silver ring with diamonds inlaid on the crown and a watch box/case with the initials EJ printed in the lid in silver.
A Sony PSP and a Blackberry were also found, along with a jewellery purse with ‘Nialaya’ embroidered on it in silver thread, assorted silver cufflinks, Dior Homme aftershave and a brown cardboard Louise Vuitton jewellery box.
Det Con Hayden Coggins from the Stevenage Local Crime Unit said: “We recovered these items along with other items that have been linked to crimes and returned to their owners.
“We suspect that they have been stolen but have no similar items recorded on our system.
“We are keen to return these items to their rightful owners as they may have sentimental value.
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“If you recognise any of the items please contact me via the non-emergency number 101.”
All these items are available to view on the new website www.hertsreunited.co.uk which helps reunite members of the public with their lost and stolen property.