Appeal: Distinctive Jewellery Stolen in Burglary
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
Police investigating a burglary in Bradford in which more than £6,000 of jewellery was taken are appealing for information about the stolen items.
The jewellery is described as distinctive and was taken when an address in the city was broken into on Monday.
The items include a nine carat gold belcher chain with a nine carat gold disc. The disc is about three quarters of an inch wide and shows eyes, a nose and mouth on one side. The same chain also has a nine carat gold base with an amethyst stone.
Also taken was an 18 carat diamond set gold ring, a nine carat ruby and pearl dress ring and a 14 carat Eska men's gold wrist watch with a gold bracelet strap.
Anyone with information about these items is asked to contact PC 1039 Kisby at Bradford District CID on 101.
Information can also be reported anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.