Jewellery stolen during Coalville burglary
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Officers are appealing for public help after a large amount of jewellery was stolen during a burglary in Coalville.
Sometime between Friday 3 and Sunday 6 September a property in Kenmore Crescent was broken into while the occupants were away. Among the items taken were:
- Two silver brooches – one in the shape of a polar bear and the other shaped like a wedding bow
- One silver chain and small Wedgewood Jasper pendant, which had a picture of a deer on it
- One tarnished silver pendant in different colours depicting the Yorkshire Moors with a bird flying over
- One set of pink cloisonné earrings with shades of blue and pink
- €1,000 in cash in mixed denominations
Necklaces, a set of earrings and bangles were also taken.
PC Abigail Barker, from Coalville CID, is the investigating officer. She said: “Among the items takewn was a gold linked bracelet that was the last thing the owner was given by her parents before they passed away.
“I would like to speak to anyone who has seen or been offered any of these items for sale or who has information about the burglary. Any details you can provide could help.”
You can pass on information by visiting https://www.leics.police.uk/ro/report/ocr/af/how-to-report-a-crime/ and quoting reference 21*517799.
Alternatively call 101.