Jewellery worth more than £10,000 stolen in Evington burglary
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Detectives investigating a burglary in which more than £10,000 worth of jewellery and designer goods were stolen are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
The incident happened on Monday 13 June, between 9pm and 11pm, at an address in the Main Street area of Evington.
When the occupant returned to his home he discovered it had been broken into. It appears entry was gained after a window was smashed.
Among the items stolen were a gold and diamond bracelet worth £9,700 and a diamond ring worth £1,850.
Police have released images of these two pieces of jewellery and are urging anyone with information about the incident, or who has seen these items for sale, to come forward.
Also stolen were two pairs of designer shoes and around £400 in cash.
Investigating officer, DC Emma Neeves, said: “The value of the items taken is very high and as well as identifying the person responsible for carrying out this crime, we also want to reunite the owner with goods that were stolen.
“If you have any information relating to this incident? Have you seen the two items pictured for sale? Or has someone approached you about buying the jewellery? If you know anything you think might help with our investigation please make contact.”