Can you help reunite jewellery found in Bricket Wood with its owner?

PUBLISHED: 13:40 20 September 2018 | UPDATED: 13:40 20 September 2018

The jewellery fished out of the water in Bricket Wood. Picture: Herts police.

The jewellery fished out of the water in Bricket Wood. Picture: Herts police.

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This is a picture of jewellery fished out of the water on Drop Lane in Bricket Wood.

The supposedly Hindu jewellery and figurines were found on Friday and police are asking for help with tracing their owner.

Det Con Tony Kong said: “We want to find out who they belong to, so we can give them back to their rightful owner.

“It may be from a burglary that has not been reported to us. If you recognise the items, please get in touch by calling 101 or report online.”

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