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9 June 2012, 07:18 | Updated: 9 June 2012, 07:24
Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses after a jewellers was targeted by thieves in Woburn Sands on Friday afternoon (8/6).
At about 3.15pm, three men pulled up in a car outside the jewellers on the High Street, and one used a sledgehammer to smash the window. The men grabbed jewellery from the display before driving off.
The man who smashed the window is white and was wearing a grey hooded top, blue jeans, and had a scarf covering his face.
The second man is approximately 6ft, wearing a green balaclava, white or grey tracksuit bottoms, dark gloves, a blue and grey jacket with a white logo on the chest, and white trainers with bright blue patterns and laces.
The third man was wearing a blue Nike hooded top, blue jeans, white trainers with black patterns, with a camouflage scarf covering his face.
The men drove off in a light blue or silver coloured Volkswagen Passatt, believed to be registered between 2005 & 2012.
Det Insp Phil Hayes, investigating the incident, said: "The investigation is still at an early stage, however a number of witnesses have already come forward with information. I am keen to speak to anyone who recognises the description of the offenders, saw the car in the area today or over the last few days, or has any information which may help with the investigation."
Anyone with any information should contact Det Insp Hayes via the 24-hour Police Enquiry Centre on 101.