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Items of sentimental value stolen in Bromsgrove burglary
6:50pm Thursday 17th October 2013 in News
BROMSGROVE police are appealing for anyone offered items of men’s jewellery for sale to come forward, following a burglary in the town.
The incident happened at a property in Cherry Orchard Drive overnight between Friday, October 4, and Saturday, October 5.
At least two offenders forced entry by breaking into an external door, then gained entry into the house through an internal garage door.
Around £1,500 of damage was caused and an untidy search took place, with a number of items of jewellery were stolen.
These included a white gold three strand necklace, a white gold herringbone flat link necklace, a white gold ladies ring with rows of black and white diamonds, a white Playboy watch, and a black Casio Exilim digital camera without the case.
Items of men’s jewellery taken included a gold onyx signet ring with a black stone, a Tag-Heur wristwatch with a white face and black leather strap.
Detective Constable Martin Grant said: “This burglary took place over a weekend when the householders were away on a short break.
“Also stolen were an oversize Guess watch and an oversize green Echo watch, which had been handed down to the victim after the death of his father and therefore to him were priceless.
“I would like help from the public to recover this jewellery and to bring these offenders to face justice.
"If anyone has been offered these items for sale or knows who is responsible for the burglary, then please contact me.”
Anyone with information can call DC Grant on 0300 333 3000, quoting incident 264-s-051013, or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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