Police urge residents to be on the look out for jewellery stolen in Soham
EAST Cambs residents are being urged to look out for distinctive jewellery that was stolen during a burglary in Soham.
A family discovered that their home in East Fen Common had been ransacked after returning home late last month.
Burglars stole a large amount of jewellery including a number of distinctive items, including:
- Gold charm bracelet with 20 charms including an Aladdin’s lamp, church with a bride and groom inside, a bible containing the Lord’s Prayer and a ballerina
- Gold square-faced Rotary watch
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- A spring-loaded sovereign holder with a hinged front
PC Mark Beaven, investigating, said: “Some of the jewellery is 50 years old and many of the items hold huge sentimental value to the victims.
“They are desperate for the property to be returned and I would urge anyone with any information to call police.”
Anyone with any information should call PC Beaven on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.