Do you recognise this jewellery recovered by police in Potters Bar?

PUBLISHED: 12:30 25 February 2019

Police are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts Police

Police are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts Police

Herts Police

Police have recovered earrings, bracelets and necklaces in Potters Bar which they believe to have been stolen.

Police are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts PolicePolice are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts Police

Officers are asking for the public’s help in reuniting the jewellery with its rightful owner.

Investigator Charlotte Hartley said: “This property was found in Baker Street on Sunday, February 17 and is believed to have been missing for over a week.

“If you believe any of the property pictured may belong to you please get in touch with me by emailing charlotte.hartley@herts.pnn.police.uk, calling the non-emergency number 101 or online at www.herts.police.uk/Report.”

Police are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts PolicePolice are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts Police

Police are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts PolicePolice are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts Police

Police are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts PolicePolice are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts Police

Police are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts PolicePolice are trying to ensure this jewellery, found in Potters Bar and believed stolen, can return to its rightful owner. Picture: Herts Police


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