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16 June 2011, 16:54 | Updated: 16 June 2011, 16:56
A drawing of a £30,000 ring that has gone missing has been issued by the police in the hope that somebody recognises.
Officers are asking for the public's help in finding the diamond ring that has gone missing from an address at Clifton in Beds.
They say that at this stage of the investigation it is not known whether the ring has been lost or stolen.
The ring has an all white gold claw setting, on a triple wired yellow shank - 2.32mm in diameter, 18 carat gold and hallmarked in London, 1996. Set on the ring is a 2.36 carat, pear-shaped diamond. It has a gross weight of 4.5grams.