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Appeal to find stolen jewellery - Plymouth

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Irreplaceable’ items belonged to widow’s late husband
Police are appealing for help to reunite a devastated widow with ‘irreplaceable’ stolen jewellery after the burglar who targeted her Plymouth home was jailed.
Detectives have been unable to locate a haul of items of huge sentimental value taken during the break-in. 
Police hope members of the public can help them find the unaccounted for stolen items - they include a Citizen watch, similar in appearance to a Rolex - it has a large cream-coloured face with gold hands and lettering and a metal two-tone bracelet in silver and gold.
Onyx cufflinks, which are silver or gold around the outside. A Pandora bracelet with a safety chain and pram and grandma beads, among others.
Eight women’s watches - one with a distinctive blue face.
Multiple troll beads of varying price and colours were also taken. Some of these are pictured on a bracelet.
Detective Constable Sadhbh Donnelly said: “There are a number of pieces of jewellery still outstanding from this burglary.  
“The importance of these items to the victim goes beyond any monetary value. They belonged to, or were gifted by, her late husband and are irreplaceable.
“I would appeal, on her behalf, to anyone who has seen or has knowledge of where these items may be to get in touch so we can return them to her as she is devastated at their loss.”
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the stolen items, or who has been offered them for sale, is urged to contact police.
Call 101 or email 101@dc.police.uk quoting crime reference CR/063693/20. 
Image can be seen via link: https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/media/1230253/bracelet.jpg
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Linzi Berryman (Police, DC Alert Officer, Devon & Cornwall)

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