JEWELRY valued at an estimated £3,000 was stolen from a house in a late-night burglary.
Police are appealing for witnesses into the break-in at a property in Heene Road, Worthing, between 10pm on Friday 8 July and 9.30am the following day.
Police say entry to the house was forced, with items valued at an estimated £3,000 stolen from a jewelery box.
The items included a diamond and opal engagement ring, a pearl drop on a nine karat gold chain, a gold watch chain with gold Masonic charm, a nine karat gold ring with a pearl, and a topaz and gold brooch.
Several dress rings, a silver and enamel Boy Scout badge, a diamond engagement ring, a set of silver cufflinks and a gold bracelet were also stolen.
Investigators are asking the public, and particularly pawnbrokers, to be alert and to get in touch if they see items matching the descriptions for sale.
They are also keen to speak to anyone who saw suspicious behavior in the area at the time of the break-in.
Anyone with information, relevant CCTV or video doorbell footage is asked to report online or call 101 quoting serial number 1070 dated 07/14.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20626852.jewellery-worth-3k-stolen-worthing-house-burglary/?ref=rss £3,000 worth of jewelery stolen from Worthing home in burglary