Sentimental items stolen during burglary in Leicester
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Officers are appealing for public help after a number of items of sentimental value were stolen during a burglary in Leicester.
Sometime between 2.30pm and 6pm on Friday 25 November the rear door of a property in Barsby Walk was broken into and following a search jewellery and other items were stolen.
Amongst the items stolen were two rings (pictured), one has been described as a platinum and diamond cluster ring which had 13 diamonds on it and was in a navy case and a white gold and tanzanite ring in a red velvet case and two gold coins.
One was a gold plated waterloo commemorative coin which is about 4” round. This was kept in a black box with a plastic covering. On one side of the coin there is an image of four faces in the middle of the coin and on the other side there is an image of Romans on horses. The coin is limited edition and has the numbers 2351 engraved on it.
The second coin is quarter sovereign 24k solid gold, on one side it has the Queen’s face and on the other it shows the Queen sitting on a lion.
Officers are keen to reunite the owners with their stolen property and urged anyone who has been approached by someone trying to sell similar items or knows where they may be to get in touch.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact PC 2871 Amy Brewin on 101 or via www.leics.police.uk, quoting crime number 22*691760.