Cash and diamond earrings stolen during South Mimms burglary
PUBLISHED: 14:38 10 April 2018 | UPDATED: 14:38 10 April 2018
Police are appealing for witnesses after a house was ransacked and jewellery stolen in South Mimms.
Officers are investigating the burglary in Warrengate Lane, which happened on Friday, April 6, between 7.50am and 4.45pm.
A police spokeswoman said the burglars got in by damaging a window and rooted through the property before stealing “a quantity of cash” and the following items:
“Along with a quantity of cash, the following items were taken
•Ernest Jones diamond earrings
•Cufflinks – silver with blue stripes
•Cufflinks – gold with an embossed initial
•Three plain gold cufflinks
•Cufflinks – plain steel with plated black
•A Hefik wrist watch – gold face, dark strap with engraving on the back
•A burgundy Ted Baker t-shirt
•A blue Ted Baker t-shirt
The spokeswoman urged anyone with information to contact officers via non-emergency number 101, quoting crimte reference J3/18/511.
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