Appeal for property stolen in St Albans burglary

PUBLISHED: 10:37 21 October 2010




POLICE are calling on the public to help them trace two valuable watches stolen in a recent burglary.

The items were taken from a property close to the city centre on Wednesday, October 13, after the culprits forced their way into the house through the rear doors.

A distinctive Breitling Navimeter watch bearing a reference of A23321/G533, with a white chronograph face and a black leather strap was stolen, along with a Penerai Luminor watch which had a black face, a crocodile leather strap and a clear back showing the mechanics.

A Nikon D80 digital SLR camera was also stolen.

Anyone who believes they know the whereabouts of this property of think they have been offered these items for sale, call police on 0845 3300222.

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