Police launch appeal after rare necklace stolen during burglary in Stansted

PUBLISHED: 10:55 05 February 2018

The necklace made from Turkish gold which was taken in the incident. Picture: Essex Police

The necklace made from Turkish gold which was taken in the incident. Picture: Essex Police

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Police are looking for the necklace photographed after it was stolen during a burglary in Stansted.

Police are looking for the necklace photographed after it was stolen during a burglary in Stansted.

Officers received reports of a burglary between 8.15am and 6.15pm on Monday, January 28, in Church Road after suspects entered a back door.

They then took the necklace, made from Turkish gold.

It is not known if anything else was taken during the incident.

Anyone with information is asked to call Dc Joanne Lewis at Braintree CID quoting crime reference 42/13939/18 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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