Jewellery and Victorian keepsake stolen in burglary

Essex County Standard: Jewellery and Victorian keepsake stolen in burglary Jewellery and Victorian keepsake stolen in burglary

Burglars have stolen jewellery and Victorian keepsakes worth more than £1,000.

The thieves forced open a window at a house in Chapel Road, Ridgewell, and caused damage to a set of French doors by attempting to open them with shears taken from the shed.

They stole a rose gold locket, a sewing machine, a cross and a chain with a floral engraving, three assorted gold charms, a blue and white Wedgewood necklace on a silver chain, Schwartz crystal earrings and a Schwartz crystal pendant on a silver chain among other items.

An oak jewellery box and a Victorian wallet containing a photo of a baby were also taken in last Monday’s raid.

The stolen goods were worth about £1,090.

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9:18pm Mon 19 May 14

davessss says...

29 crimes were reported in the Yeldham area in March, including 5 burglaries and two vehicle crimes. They all left victims like the poor ones from this story.

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29 crimes were reported in the Yeldham area in March, including 5 burglaries and two vehicle crimes. They all left victims like the poor ones from this story. Search for How to find out about crime in YOUR town and also consider investing in crime prevention products such as Smart Water - search for discount codes, don't pay full price. davessss
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