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Burglary victims share images of stolen items in Swanwick

Published on Friday 18 June 2021

A family whose home has been burgled have provided officers with pictures of the stolen jewellery in a bid to trace it.




Sometime between 2am and 4am on Thursday 10 June, a burglar broke into a house in Pentrich Road, Swanwick.

They took a large amount of jewellery, including a women’s Gucci necklace, Clogau Gold Swarovski sea creature earrings, Clogau Gold ‘close to my heart’ gold pendant and matching earrings, a Pandora charm bracelet and four charms and a 9ct gold solitaire engagement ring.

Three unusual ornamental Lion King figures, decorated with Swarovski crystals, were also stolen.

If you have any information, or have been offered any of these items for sale, please contact police quoting reference 21*321633;

You can also anonymously contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111 or by visiting www.crimestoppers-uk.org




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