Two Radley watches and three gold sovereigns amongst items stolen in home burglary

PUBLISHED: 16:29 07 August 2020 | UPDATED: 16:29 07 August 2020

Do you recognise this? Jewellery worth around �1,400 was stolen from a home in Mouth Lane, Guyhirn on Monday, August 3. Picture: Cambs Cops

Do you recognise this? Jewellery worth around �1,400 was stolen from a home in Mouth Lane, Guyhirn on Monday, August 3. Picture: Cambs Cops

Cambs Cops

Two designer watches, a diamond bracelet and three gold sovereigns are amongst items stolen in a Fenland home break-in.

Do you recognise this? Jewellery worth around £1,400 was stolen from a home in Mouth Lane, Guyhirn on Monday, August 3. Picture: Cambs Cops Do you recognise this? Jewellery worth around £1,400 was stolen from a home in Mouth Lane, Guyhirn on Monday, August 3. Picture: Cambs Cops

The expensive jewellery – worth around £1,400 – was taken from a home on Mouth Lane in Guyhirn between 6.50am and 6pm on Monday, August 3.

The sovereigns, two Radley watches and sapphire and diamond bracelet, as well as several other items, were inside jewellery boxes taken in the break-in.

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A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Police said: “Do you recognise this jewellery?

“We have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Fenland in the hope of reuniting the owner with the items.

“A rear patio door was smashed to gain entry to the house before jewellery boxes containing the items were taken.”

Do you recognise this? Jewellery worth around £1,400 was stolen from a home in Mouth Lane, Guyhirn on Monday, August 3. Picture: Cambs Cops Do you recognise this? Jewellery worth around £1,400 was stolen from a home in Mouth Lane, Guyhirn on Monday, August 3. Picture: Cambs Cops

An investigation has been launched and anyone with any information, or anyone who may have been offered similar items for sale, is urged to contact police.

You make a report via the Cambs police web-chat or by calling 101 quoting crime reference 35/51841/20.


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