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21 February 2015, 07:07 | Updated: 21 February 2015, 07:12
Police have released CCTV pictures of several men they want to talk to after £100,000 of jewellery and cash was stolen from a shop safe in Luton.
Asian jewellery worth £75,000 and £20,000 in cash was taken from The Bungalow in Toddington Road on the afternoon of Friday, 6 February.
It is believed the thief managed to gain access to the property while the shop staff were distracted.
Police have released CCTV images of several men they want to trace in connection with the burglary. It is thought they made off in a blue Ford Galaxy parked in Montague Avenue.
Police have also released pictures of some of the stolen jewellery.
PC Hayley Hunter, investigating, said: "If anyone recognises these men we'd like to hear from them as we believe they may have important information which could assist our investigation. I'd also like to hear from anyone who saw a group of men in or around The Bungalow in Toddington Road around 2pm on Friday 6 February.
"We'd also like any information about a blue Ford Galaxy that was parked in Montague Avenue around the same time that may have been involved.
"The stolen jewellery has huge sentimental value as it has been collected over many special occasions over the years. If anyone is offered this or knows of its whereabouts please call us."