Burglars escape with �10,000 haul from Sutton raid
BURGLARS escaped with more than �10,000 worth of jewellery and personal items after raiding a house in Sutton
BURGLARS escaped with more than �10,000 worth of jewellery and personal items after raiding a house in Sutton near Ely.
A rear window was forced at the property in Station Road overnight, Saturday, July 10, to Sunday, July 11.
The intruders stole a silver cutlery set worth more than �10,000, a bottle of pink champagne, several men’s watches worth a total of more than �1,000 and a range of jewellery with values ranging from a few hundred pounds to several thousand.
Police have today released pictures of the jewellery stolen in an attempt to trace its whereabouts. The haul includes:
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Assorted cufflinks, an emerald diamond ring, sapphire cubic earrings, two pearl necklaces, two black pearl necklaces, an 18 carat gold bracelet, various earrings, a diamond ruby ring, an emerald diamond ring, a three stone diamond ring and an amethyst diamond ring.
DC Dan Cooper, who is investigating, said: “This burglary has left the victims upset as many of the items are valuable and irreplaceable. I am appealing for anyone with information to contact police, particularly if they recognise any of the items of jewellery that were taken.”
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Anyone with information should contact DC Cooper on 0345 456 456 4, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.