Jewellery Stolen In Southsea
Police are releasing photographs of jewellery reported stolen during a burglary in Southsea.
An investigation is continuing into the burglary, which is believed to have taken place between 8am and 6pm on Tuesday, May 8, 2012.
Items reported stolen include:
> 18 carat white gold engagement ring with nine diamond cluster (Photo)
> 9 carat gold V shaped wedding band.
> 9 carat gold eternity ring - V shaped with four or five diamonds.
> 9 carat gold engagement ring with three diamonds - V shaped.
> Sapphire and Diamond ring, made in Hong Kong. (Photo)
> Jade and Diamond ring, made in Hong Kong. (Photo)
> Smoked Quartz ring.
> Sapphire and diamond stud earrings.
> A pair of pearl earrings.
> A gold cameo broach and ring.
> A gold charm bracelet with no charms.
> A gold necklace with "Jane" in Cantonese on a pendant.
> A gold bracelet.
> Fresh water pearl three strand necklace and earrings.
> Two cygnet rings
> Mother of pearl pin
> Sapphire and diamond ring (Two sapphire and three diamonds).
Detective Constable Amanda Waite said:
“I urge anyone who thinks they recognise the distinctive items in these photos to come forward as they hold sentimental value. It is also important for residents to ensure their home is properly securebefore leaving for any amount of time.”
For more crime prevention advice, go online to www.hampshire.police.uk
Anyone with information can contact CID at Fratton police station by phoning 101. Mini-Com users can call 01962 875000. Information can be given anonymously by phoning the independent Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.