Have you seen jewellery stolen in Honiton burglary?

Police are asking the public to look out for jewellery stolen in a burglary at a property in Honiton.

The items were taken during a break-in which occurred between September 13 and 16.

Items stolen include a gold ship brooch, gold square locket, gold brooch of four ovals, gold Opera pencil, gold chains and two pearl necklaces, a sapphire and diamond platinum ring and a sapphire and diamond gold ring.

Other valuables taken were a diamond and Alexandrite gold ring, mosaic glass ring, peach Wedgwood and white brooch, gold anchor with crown brooch and a diamond and gold butterfly brooch.

Local residents are urged to also look out for a gold with red enamel mouth tiger, triple diamond 3 carat platinum ring, gold tie pins  and cufflinks, and a diamond necklace and matching diamond brooch.

If you are offered items matching the descriptions or have any information about the burglary, call 101 quoting crime CR/084501/19.

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