Croydon police eager to find owners of stolen jewellery
Police are looking to reunite a range of stolen jewellery items with their owners.
Officers found more than 25 stolen items after they arrested a 21-year-old-man on suspicion of burglary in Coulsdon.
He has since been charged and remanded in custody for several burglary offences and stealing cars.
Officers believe the items may have been stolen during burglaries in the Croydon, Bromley or Surrey areas and are releasing images of many of the items as they attempt to reunite them with their rightful owners.
Several necklaces, a sweetie charm bracelet, a red-velvet Cartier case and a decorative magnifying glass are included in the images.
DC Simon Nicholls from Croydon CID, who is leading the investigation said: “There is a good chance that some, if not all of these items have been stolen at some point, most likely during a burglary.
“If you have been burgled or had items stolen recently, then please take a look at these images and get in touch if you think you recognise any of them.”
Anyone who recognises any of the items should call DC Simon Nicholls at Croydon CID on 020 3276 2210.
See the pictures below
Bracelet (opal colour)
Necklace - blue gems
Necklace - blue pendant
Necklace - coloured gems
Necklace - opal colour
Pink flower pendant
Velvet cartier case
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