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Bromeswell: Police ask for help finding jewellery stolen from home

PUBLISHED: 15:11 06 June 2014 | UPDATED: 15:11 06 June 2014

Jewellery, including a diamond solitaire engagement ring with an inscription inside, has been stolen from a home at Wilford Bridge, Bromeswell.

It happened between noon on June 4 and 7.30am on June 5.

A search was made of the address before the items were stolen.

The inscription inside the ring includes the name of a man and a woman and police are asking anyone who may have been offered a diamond ring matching this description or knows anything about the crime to call Suffolk Coastal CID on 101.

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