Police are seeking witnesses to a burglary which occurred between Friday 19 May and Saturday 20 May at a property in the Castle Meadows area, St. Agnes, Cornwall.
The offenders forced a garage door open in order to gain access to the property, between 2.45pm on Friday 19 May and 10.40pm on Saturday 20 May.
The property stolen included a Laptop (Lenovo ThinkPad), plus a large quantity of jewellery worth approximately £7000.00.
Amongst the jewellery stolen was a Siamese rose gold looped ring that resembles a pretzel in shape and has approximately 14 small rubies set inside it; along with an antique silver pendant the size of the outline of a matchbox – this has a vividly and realistically painted Kingfisher within a glass dome contained on the pendant; another was a watch that forms part of a diamond bracelet and watch set.
Sgt Mark Sayers said: “The watch is almost identical to the bracelet pictured minus the watch face. The public should contact us if they are offered any distinctive pieces of jewellery for sale where they are not happy with the origin.
“Residents in the area are asked to remain vigilant and to remember to keep their property secure, including keeping windows closed when they are out.”
Anyone who has information, or has seen anyone acting suspiciously in the area, is asked to contact police via [email protected] or by calling 101 quoting CR/038943/17
Information can also be passed anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or reporting online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
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Source:: Devon and Cornwall Police News