Police investigate theft of £10,000 of jewellery from home in Leavenheath
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Police are investigating the theft of £10,000 worth of jewellery from a house in Leavenheath.
The theft was reported to police on Sunday, December 17, at a property on Harrow Street.
The victims found five items of jewellery - four rings and a bracelet, had been stolen.
The stolen rings are described as a single stone diamond white platinum ring set in a six class setting, a 2mm wide white gold wedding ring engraved with ‘21.12.46 SV MCL’ and a ring with a pale blue oval spire with diamonds surrounding it.
The bracelet is an eight stone diamond bracelet, 19cm long and 4.5mm wide, with 30 rectangular engraved links.
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Anyone who knows of the whereabouts of these items of jewellery or has information regarding their theft should contact Bury St Edmunds police quoting crime reference number 37/79959/17.
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
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