Photo appeal to trace ‘food fight’ jewellery thieves
PHOTOS of gold jewellery swiped in a raid on a village home have been released in a bid to trace the “sentimental” items.
The thieves broke into a home in Brookmans Park and stole jewellery and car keys – as well as having an apparent food fight downstairs.
Now, police are releasing a photograph of a gold bracelet which matches a necklace stolen during the raid.
The haul include:
• 18ct yellow gold earrings ‘domed, convex ribs’
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• 18ct yellow gold earrings, domed, ‘basket weave’
• 9ct yellow gold cuff links on ‘spring bar’ fittings ‘thick, square soup plates’
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• 18ct yellow gold brooch set with five small diamonds
• 18ct yellow gold necklace (matches bracelet) ‘Byzantine’ or ‘Kings’ pattern
• 9ct gold tie pin with fresh water pearl
• 9ct gold bracelet – yellow and white gold
• ‘Globe’ ornamental box (opening) in enamel by ‘Halcyon Days’
Detective constable Emma Summers, investigating, said: “The items stolen are of high sentimental value and the owners are keen to get them back.
“During the burglary eggs and other foodstuffs were thrown around the kitchen and dining room – an unusually unpleasant and apparently malicious act.
“It is so cruel to put the victims through such an ordeal just before Christmas and I would urge people for help in returning these items to their owners.”
The burglary happened between 7pm and 11pm on Friday, December 10. Police would not reveal the exact address of the property, only that it was “near the railway station”.
If you’ve been offered the items for sale, or have other information, call 0845 33 00 222.