Distinctive jewellery stolen in St Albans burglary

PUBLISHED: 13:52 08 April 2019 | UPDATED: 13:52 08 April 2019

Police have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts Police

Police have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts Police

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Photos of jewellery stolen in a burglary in St Albans have been released by police in a bid to trace the culprits.

Police have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts PolicePolice have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts Police

One or more burglars broke into a house in Watford Road between 12pm and 5pm on Saturday, March 30.

They stole a number of rings, necklaces, three watches, a gold bracelet and a town crier pendant.

Police have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts PolicePolice have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts Police

Det Con Paul Edmondson said; “If you recognise this distinctive jewellery or have been offered it for sale, please get in touch as soon as possible.

Any witnesses or anyone with information should contact DC Edmondson on paul.edmondson@herts.pnn.police.uk or the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 41/30131/19.

Police have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts PolicePolice have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts Police

You can also report information online at www.herts.police.uk/Report

Police have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts PolicePolice have released images of jewellery stolen in a burglary in Watford Road. Picture: Herts Police


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