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Police are appealing for information after jewellery worth around £10,000 was stolen from an address in Park Lane, Bedhampton between 9.45am and 4.30pm on Thursday, April 26.
A rear door was damaged to gain entry to the property and the following items of jewellery were stolen:
A gold Longline wind-up watch with gold safety chain worth £2500
Platinum and diamond eternity ring worth £2000
Platinum flower engraved wedding band worth £500
Three or four 24in gold belcher chains worth £40 each Diamond and gold pendant with a spiral design worth £50
Matching earrings and necklace with a strip of diamonds set between white gold worth £300
Sapphire white gold ring worth £60
Gold diamond and sapphire ring worth £400
Gold heart ring worth £15
Gold chain with a pink tear drop pendant worth £50
Baume and Mercier gold watch with leather strap worth £3000
Three gold tie pins worth £30 each
Gold cygnet diamond ring worth £200
Sapphire and diamond ring worth £1500
Citizen superchrome divers watch worth £500
A man was seen acting suspiciously outside of the property. He is described as white, late 20s to mid 30s, approximately 6ft tall, average build, short sandy coloured hair, clean shaven and a long face. He was wearing light coloured clothing.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident, or could have been offered any of the stolen items for sale is asked to contact PC Paul Janowicz at Waterlooville police station on 101.
Mini-Com users can call the police on 01962 875000. Information can be given anonymously by calling the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.