Theft of Jewellery

East Yorkshire: Can you help locate the stolen property?

9 Jul 2015

Police are asking the public for their help in locating the whereabouts of goods stolen from a number of addresses across the East Riding area.

The thefts occurred between December 2014 and July 2015 from homes on Hawthorne Avenue, Willerby; Brackenwoods, Little Weighton; West Hall Garth, Brough.

Some of the jewellery is distinctive and police are seeking the assistance from the public in trying to locate the property. 

The items are described as gold neckchain with gold Masonic Ball attached (around the size of a Malteser), a gold Prince of Wales rope chain with pendant attached (an oval jade floral engraved pattern), a gold Collerette with three row brick links and box fastener, a nomination Bracelet with 9 to 12 charms attached, a gold Eternity ring with 2 emeralds and 3 diamonds.

Do you know where these are or know who is responsible for taking them?

If you are offered goods that you believe to be stolen please let the police know by calling the non-emergency number 101. Handling stolen goods is a crime. Knowingly buying stolen goods is an offence.  If you know anyone who is buying or selling stolen goods, call Humberside Police on 101.  Alternatively call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, you won’t be asked your name and you could receive a cash reward.

Police are asking anyone with information or if they are offered these items to contact them on the non-emergency number 101, quoting Crime Reference 2123101.