Stolen jewellery found in car in Radlett

PUBLISHED: 13:59 04 April 2019 | UPDATED: 13:59 04 April 2019

Police are appealing to trace the owners of jewellery found in a stolen vehicle from Radlett. Picture: Herts Police

Police are appealing to trace the owners of jewellery found in a stolen vehicle from Radlett. Picture: Herts Police

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A number of stolen items, including jewellery, were found in a car which was stolen from outside a house in Radlett.

Police are appealing to trace the owners of jewellery found in a stolen vehicle from Radlett. Picture: Herts PolicePolice are appealing to trace the owners of jewellery found in a stolen vehicle from Radlett. Picture: Herts Police

Police recovered the stolen jewellery from a Volkswagen Polo in Wembley, which was stolen from an address in Radlett on December 17 last year.

There were also items in the car which were stolen from a property in Harrow on January 18 this year, and which have been returned to their owner.

Det Con Ian Waldock, from the Borehamwood Local Crime Unit, said: “A number of these items are very distinctive and we would like to reunite them with their rightful owners.

“We believe they could have been stolen from locations in Hertfordshire, possibly Radlett where the recovered vehicle was stolen from.

Police are appealing to trace the owners of jewellery found in a stolen vehicle from Radlett. Picture: Herts PolicePolice are appealing to trace the owners of jewellery found in a stolen vehicle from Radlett. Picture: Herts Police

“If you think any of these items may be yours, please call Herts police on the non-emergency number 101.”


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