SEVERAL distinctive and valuable items have been stolen during a burglary, which took place in Barnt Green earlier this year.
The incident occurred at some point between Wednesday, January 1 and Wednesday, February 5 at a property in Hewell Road.
Items stolen from during the burglary include cufflinks engraved with the initials PJD, an 18carat gold tie clip set with three diamonds, a gold belcher chain with a CLEAR STONE AND A HOLOGRAM OF A HORSE’S HEAD, a small handmade chest containing watchmakers’ tools, a silver hip flask, a machine turned silver cigarette case, several silver stopwatches, and a Birmingham hallmarked silver Millennium spoon, marked with the number 2000 in a cross shape with a dot at its centre.
Also taken during the burglary were six Georgian silver teaspoons, a copy of an Elizabethan teaspoon with a twisted handle, a small collection of old coins in various currencies, a pearl necklace, a silver gilt medal on a ribbon, a small silver jewellery box, and a silver Liberty dollar from the 1870s, as well as a laptop, wallet, and cash in both sterling and Russian currency.
Anyone who comes across any of the items described, or sees them offered for sale is asked to contact Detective Constable Mark Lazenby at West Mercia Police on the non-emergency number 101 quoting incident no. 613-s-050214. Alternatively they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org.