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Colchester: Jewellery and electronic goods taken in house burglary

12:14 11 January 2014

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Witnesses are sought after a house was broken into in Colchester yesterday.

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Entry was gained to a house in Mersea Road between 8.50am and 2.30pm yesterday after a pane of glass in the front door was removed.

The items stolen include a Sony Handycam DVD, an X Box 360 and cables, an Avantree Bluetooth hands-free car kit, a gold eternity ring with three sapphires and two diamonds which has a stone missing, a gold engagement ring set with diamond and sapphires and a FUJI Film Z100 camera.

Witnesses or anyone with information should call Pc Andrew Ford at Colchester CID on 101.

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