Police release images of stolen jewellery after burglary in Surbiton

Police are appealing after a burglary of a terraced house in Surbiton resulted in the theft of Asian jewellery with an estimated valued of £17,500.

The burglary occurred on Saturday, 11 January 2014 between 6.30pm and 11pm. The victim and his wife had been out for the evening, but as they approached their house they could see the steam coming from the central heating boiler that they had turned off when they left. When they entered the house they found their ground floor windows has been opened, the house searched and many of their possessions strewn around the floor. The only things taken from the house were 28 items of Asian jewellery valued in the region of £17,500.

DC Iain Millar of Kingston police said: “We have photos of the stolen jewellery and we would ask those who deal in such goods and other members of the public to contact police if they are offered such items in suspicious circumstances. I would also ask those who own expensive jewellery to make sure it is properly secured."

Anyone with information should contact Kingston CID on Tel 101 and quote ref 0400311/14


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