Appeal to help trace stolen jewellery

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Police are appealing for members of the public to help them trace a number of items of jewellery which were taken from a house in Mansfield.

The pieces were stolen during a burglary at an address in Skegby Lane, between 4pm on Friday 7th March, and 10.30am on 8th March.

A necklace with five black circular pendants, a necklace with a heart pendant and some earrings were taken during the break-in.

Other pieces stolen were a white gold chain with a round diamond pendant, matching bracelet and earrings, a flat link, gold Greek necklace with matching bracelet, a Pandora bracelet with about 30 charms on it, a Pandora necklace, five Pandora rings and four pairs of Pandora earrings.

Several diamond rings, a ruby ring and an opal ring were stolen and a Michael Kors (Rose) watch was also taken.

Many of the items are of great sentimental value to its owner.

Police are urging anyone who has seen these items, has been offered them for sale or who knows someone who suddenly has ‘new’ jewellery to get in touch.

Call Nottinghamshire police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.