Aldeburgh: Burglars net mussel opener among valuables haul

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10:41 AM

Valuables including a silver plated mussel opener were stolen during a raid on a home in Aldeburgh.

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Several items of jewellery were also stolen from the property in Crescent Road, after burglars broke in through a ground floor window, between 2pm and 5pm on Saturday, July 19.

A 15mm pearl on a piece of clear wire, a silver plated mussel opener, a 25mm silver oval locket on a chain, two 18ct gold rings with griffin engravings, a string of single pearls, a 15-20mm gold oval locket, a platinum and diamond ring and some money was stolen.

If you have seen any of the items or if you have any information about the crime, call Dc Sheryl Balls at Woodbridge CID on 101 quoting reference LE/14/739, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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