Pictures of jewellery released following St Albans robbery

PUBLISHED: 16:17 15 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:25 15 October 2018

A piece of jewellery stolen from a St Albans home in September.

A piece of jewellery stolen from a St Albans home in September.

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Pictures have been released of jewellery stolen in a St Albans robbery.

A piece of jewellery stolen from a St Albans home in September.A piece of jewellery stolen from a St Albans home in September.

Two men pretending to be police officers broke into a home on Vesta Avenue at around 10pm on Monday, September 24 and threatened a woman, who was with her young child.

They stole a large amount of jewellery, pictures of which have now been released. The images show several pieces of gold jewellery, including a necklace, two rings and a band.

One of the men was described as slim, around 5ft 6in to 5ft 7in tall and in his 20s. He was wearing a black hat, jacket and gloves and had the bottom of his face covered. He also had a black bag across his shoulder with tools in it.

The second man is described as white, about 5ft 5in tall, unshaven, of a medium to large build and wearing a baseball cap on his head and a brown jacket.

A piece of jewellery stolen from a St Albans home in September.A piece of jewellery stolen from a St Albans home in September.

Anyone with any information should call 101 and give reference 41/40065/18.

A piece of jewellery stolen from a St Albans home in September.A piece of jewellery stolen from a St Albans home in September.

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