Jewellery stolen after home in Kessingland raided

PUBLISHED: 16:30 05 January 2011

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BURGLARS escaped with a quantity of jewellery after a home in Kessingland was broken into.

Jewellery including gold rings, one with a square cut greenstone and zirconium setting, another with a redstone and diamante cluster, a double string of Victorian pearls and a silver and agate brooch with an oval stone were stolen after the home in Rider Haggard Lane was targeted between noon on Wednesday, December 22 and 1pm on Sunday, January 2.

Police are asking anyone who may have noticed any suspicious behaviour or anyone with information about who took the jewellery or where it is now to call DC 1173 Barnes at Lowestoft CID on 01986 835300.

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