Appeal to track owners of jewellery found in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 10:58 07 November 2018 | UPDATED: 10:58 07 November 2018

One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.

One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.

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Has your jewellery been stolen?

One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.

Officers have released images of jewellery found by a member of the public in Drakes Drive on Monday, October 22.

PC Ben McGregor said: “We believe it may have been stolen and are keen to reunite the jewellery with its rightful owners.

“If you believe this is your jewellery or know who it belongs to, please email me at ben.mcgregor@herts.pnn.police.uk or contact me via 101.”

One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.

One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.

One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.

One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.One of the pieces of jewellery found on Drakes Drive, St Albans on Monday, October 22. Picture: Herts Police.

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