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Sentimental jewellery items stolen during Eastleigh burglary

Press release   •   Dec 19, 2018 12:32 GMT

Has anyone tried selling you these items of jewellery?

We are looking to return the items, which have significant sentimental value, to their rightful owner after they were stolen in a burglary.

The burglary took place between 4.30pm on Friday 14 December and 5pm on Saturday 15 December, at a house on Denbigh Close in Eastleigh.

Among the stolen goods were:

  • A gold ring with three diamonds in the band made especially for the victim from her grandfather’s wedding ring, which was melted down after he died.
  • A 9 carat gold bracelet with charms attached including a heart padlock, a dolphin, a ballerina, a small bell, and the letter ‘L’.
  • A black leather Pandora bracelet with a safety chain and six silver charms including a frog, two owls, a heart, a butterfly, a ball with flowers and stones, and a silver bead engraved with the words ‘Love U Ms Smiley’.
  • A 9 carat gold christening bangle with a diamond/lattice engraved print.
  • Two Pandora Christmas charms kept in a small box. Both are silver – one is a Christmas stocking and the other is round with red enamel to look like Santa.
  • A gold necklace with a heart pendant.

If you witnessed this burglary, have any information, or have been offered sale of items matching this description then please call us on 101 quoting 44180466571.

Alternatively, you can call the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.