£5,000 jewellery theft from Manea
- Credit: POLICE
Family jewellery worth around £5,000 as well as £445 in cash was stolen from a home in Manea.
Cambridgeshire police say thieves broke into the home on Wimblington Road between 1.30pm and 5.30pm on January 21.
Wedding and engagement rings and a silver Egyptian bracelet, as well as a wallet containing £250 and a further £195 in cash, were stolen during the afternoon raid.
A Cambridgeshire police spokesperson said: “One of the items of jewellery stolen was a silver Egyptian bracelet described as similar to a watch strap with a rose clasp and ‘29.2.92’ engraved on the inside.
“White gold wedding and engagement rings with ‘17.05.08’ engraved on them were also stolen.
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“Those without access to the internet can call 101. Always call 999 if a crime is in action.
Anyone with information about suspicious activity in the area is urged to contact police online at https://www.cambs.police.uk/report/Report or through the online webchat function https://bit.ly/2D9KFKH, quoting crime reference number 35/5690/21.
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