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12 May 2011, 12:38 | Updated: 12 May 2011, 12:53
Have you seen this distinctive charm bracelet?
The appeal comes from Bedfordshire Police who say it was among dozens of items stolen during a high value burglary in Mill Lane, Sandy, between 8am and 1.35pm on Tuesday (May 10).
The bracelet features a wide assortment of charms including a cockerel, a small locket, a camel, a heron-type bird, a crucifix, a turtle, a ram, a dagger in a scabbard, a gondola, a blue and red slipper, the Eiffel Tower, an ox and a sailing boat with blue and orange sails.
Other property taken includes:
• A three coloured gold necklace, bracelet, petal earrings and ring
• An 18 carat gold watch
• A wishbone shaped gold ring with diamonds
• Cuff links shaped like wine bottles
• 20 18 carat gold rings with various stones
• 12 pairs of 18 carat gold earrings
• Two pairs of gold oval cuff-links
• Various necklaces
DC Sarah Livingstone, of the Dunstable-based Priority Crime Investigation Team (PCIT) said: “This is a considerable amount of jewellery that is not only of high financial value, but of high sentimental value too.
“We are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen anything suspicious around this house, or has been offered any of the jewellery since. We would ask jewellers and secondhand dealers to be particularly alert.”
Anyone with information can contact DC Livingstone on 01582 473195, the main switchboard on 01234 841212, text to 07786 200011 or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.