Unique jewellery stolen during Chelmsford home raid

ESSEX Police is appealing for help from anyone who may have seen or been offered unique jewellery stolen in a burglary.

ESSEX Police is appealing for help from anyone who may have seen or been offered unique jewellery stolen in a burglary.

The burglary of a house in Third Avenue, Chelmsford, happened on Friday May 4 between 6pm and 10pm. The burglar carried out a messy search and stole several items of jewellery as well as some cash, an i-Phone 3 and several watches.

The items included:

• A gent’s watch with a gold strap and a white face. It is engraved on the rear with the words “G.E. Lilley, Marconi long service award”


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• A lady’s gold watch approximately 40 years old with a gold strap with a white onyx face, analogue, no date facility

• The stolen jewellery included: one woman’s 9 carat gold wedding ring engraved. Both sides cut to allow removal 5mm wide

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• A yellow gold engagement ring with an aquamarine centre surrounded by 12 diamonds

• A yellow gold 21 carat ring

• A yellow gold claw-cut brilliant gold ring with very large purple amethyst stone flat on top

• A yellow gold plain round bracelet; a yellow gold charm bracelet with a map of Cyprus charm

• A 21 charm silver bangle with flowers engraved around the outside

• 21 carat yellow gold earrings with a turquoise stone in the centre surrounded by ten small balls

Anyone with any information is asked please to contact Pc Warren Joseph or his colleagues in CID at Chelmsford on 101, or you can leave information anonymously with Crimestoppers on 0800 5555 111,

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