We are appealing to residents, second-hand shops and jewellery shops to keep an eye out for items stolen during a burglary.
A number of items were stolen from a property in the Stamford area earlier this year.
Detective Constable Jenny Moore said: “We would like to hear from anyone who may have come across any of these items of jewellery.
“We are also asking residents, second-hand shops, jewellers and people who buy jewellery from online selling websites to keep an eye out for the jewellery pictured and get in touch if they believe they have identified any of the stolen items.”
Items taken are listed below:
Green Pearl Earring bought in China
Green Pearl Necklace bought in China
Antique Art Deco watch
Dior diamond and steel watch
Dior Christal watch
Diamond white gold necklace
Sapphire Diamond Bangle
Sapphire Diamond Bracelet
Omega Seamaster Professional ladies
Tahitian Pearl necklace and ear studs
Twin bar cufflinks
Yellow gold old brilliant cut diamond ring
Gents Gold Rolex Oyster
Dunhill Cufflinks X 2 Pairs
Assorted silver cufflinks
Cufflinks Dawson’s Gold
Patrick Mavros candlestick elephants
Patrick Mavros candlestick buffalo
Patrick Mavros candlestick giraffes
A pair of Silver Gravy Jugs
Silver cruet set
The burglary took place on February 1. A 54-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the burglary and released under investigation.
There are a number of ways you can report:
• By clicking on the email link firstname.lastname@example.org – please remember to put the reference 20000061785 in the subject box.
• Via our non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 20000061785.
• Through the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at http://ow.ly/c4wi50AkwBA.
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