Jewellery worth thousands of pounds stolen in burglary

10:13 29 May 2014

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Police are appealing for information after thousands of pounds worth of jewellery was stolen in a burglary.

Thieves are believed to have entered the property at Pound Field, in Great Easton, near Great Dunmow, on May 21 between 6.45am and 3.30pm, by smashing a rear window.

The jewellery taken included a Tiffany dragonfly necklace and earring set, a Guess leopard-print watch, a white gold sapphire ring, an Omega Seamaster watch and a pink leather Pandora bracelet.

Investigating officer Dc Rebecca Kidby, of Essex Police, said: “I’m keen to speak to anyone who was in the area at the time or who has been offered jewellery of a similar description.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Dc Rebecca Kidby at Braintree CID or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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