Police appeal for information following Sidmouth jewellery burglary
A GLITTERING haul of sentimental jewellery has been stolen from a Sidmouth home in broad daylight.
Police are appealing for anyone who may know anything about the burglary, which occurred in the Knowle area of Sidmouth between 1pm and 2.15pm on Monday, March 4, to contact them.
Stolen tems include several pairs of pearl earrings, both white and black pearls, a string of white, irregular, oblong shaped pearls with silver screw clasp and a matching black pearl necklace and bracelet, a pink pearl necklace, a small gold circle brooch set with tiny pearls and a silver oval engraved locket on a chain.
Five sets of cufflinks, including an old, gold, oblong pair with a small chain were also stolen.
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In addition, an 18ct gold ring, a celtic gold ring, a pink pearl, three-strand bracelet, an unusual Japanese digging tool with a four - six inch serrated blade, which looks like a knife, and six assorted bow ties, were taken.
A pillow case was also removed from the property which was located opposite the sand box at the top of Peak Hill in Sidmouth.
Investigating officer, Detective Claire Ware, said: "We would like to heard from anyone who has been offered jewellery matching the description of these items, or anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area to contact us."
Phone police on 101, or anonymously via Crimestoppers on, 0800 555111, quoting crime reference number, KS/13/110.