Can you help trace these distinctive items? Stolen from Soham
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Two distinctive jewellery items have been stolen from a house in Soham.
East Cambs Police have released photos of the property stolen in a burglary at Fordham Road, Soham on Wednesday August 2.
Detective Constable Rachel McKenzie said: “The burglary occurred before 5pm.
“These are two items from a collection of jewellery worth in the region of £2,000.
“The owner is keen to be reunited with this and other items that include rings and watches.
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“Anyone who is offered an opportunity to buy two items of this nature within a broader collection of several pieces should certainly get in touch with us.”
She added they are very distinctive pieces.
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The two items pictured are a solid silver Concorde tie pin and a half sovereign medallion pendant with tee bar. The second item has seven diamonds mounted on it.
• If you have any knowledge of the property shown, or if you witnessed any aspect of this offence, please call 101, quoting crime reference CF0441780817. You can provide information about this or any crime via CrimeStoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.