Jewellery stolen in Bromsgrove burglary

A LARGE amount of jewellery was stolen in a house burglary in Catshill.

A rear window was jemmied at the property in Marsh Way between 7.15am and 6.15pm on Thursday, December 12.

Details of the stolen property have only just been compiled by the victims but it included unusual and distinctive items. The total value is expected to run into several thousand pounds.

Among the items taken were a diamond solitaire white gold ring, a champagne solitaire 1.25 carat gold diamond ring, a Le Vian ring band that looks like a belt buckle and was made of chocolate and white diamonds, a Le Vian pendent on a white gold chain which was also chocolate and white diamonds, a gold ring with a large oval shaped aquamarine stone, a gold rope chain, a gold bracelet with diamonds, a bracelet in rose gold colour with what looked similar to acorns set in it, a flat thick gold necklace, a flat gold necklace with a heart shaped design and a matching bracelet.

Also stolen was another gold ring with a large brown square stone, a diamond pendant in a shape looking similar to a music note on a white gold chain, a three-stone diamond pendent on a gold chain, a mixed gold chain, a pendant in a design like a spiders web with an emerald stone, and a number of chains at least one of which had a sovereign on it.

As well as jewellery a silver coloured Gucci ladies watch, two men’s Gucci watches, a man’s rose gold watch, a man’s gold chain, diamond stud earrings and a Bose speaker system were taken.

Bromsgrove police are investigating and have carried out house to house inquiries in the village.

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Constable Paul Lettis on non-emergency number 101, quoting incident 582-s-121213, or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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