By Connie Osborne Monday 21 January 2013 Updated: 21/01 13:54
JEWELLERY and electrical items worth £800 were stolen in an early evening burglary.
Thieves broke into the home in Pebworth Close in Church Hill between 4pm and 6.20pm on Saturday (January 19).
They stole an Olympus digital camera worth £200, a Panasonic camcorder worth £250, a Samsung Galaxy tablet worth £150 and a £50 necklace. They also took two watches worth £50 and a gentleman's gold signet ring with the initials BES engraved in it.
PC Emma Morton said she was eager to hear from anyone who may have seen suspicious activity in the area.
"We could see from the footprints in the snow the offenders had jumped over the back fence to get to the property and then left via a side gate," she said.
"We are also asking local businesses who buy gold to be on the look out for a signet ring with the initials BES on it. If you are offered one like this we would urge you to call police immediately."
Witnesses or anyone with any information should contact PC Morton on 101, quoting incident 429-S-190113, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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