Help us find jewellery stolen in burglary

Grimsby: Appeal to find people responsible and to recover stolen property.

12 Feb 2018

We are appealing for help to find the people who broke into a house on Coniston Crescent in Humberston near Grimsby.

The burglary happened between 24 January and 7 February as the homeowners were away. 

The thieves stole dozens of items of jewellery including some very distinctive pieces.  Two of them were distinctive gold gents watches, one, an Omega which has inscription on the rear "presented to Andrew Bridge by F W Woolworth" and secondly an Everight with inscription on the rear "presented to S J Cupis by British Rail. Other items included gold necklaces, cufflinks and gold bracelets.

If you have been offered any of this jewellery or know anything about this burglary please call us on 101 quoting log 52 07/02/18.

Handling stolen goods is a crime.  Knowingly buying stolen goods is an offence that can carry a longer prison sentence than from actually stealing them.  If you know anyone who is selling or buying stolen goods, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.  You won’t be asked your name and you could receive a cash reward.

Do you want to help protect your property? Follow this link: Burglary Crime Prevention Tips