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Stolen Romford jewellery sparks police appeal

17:15 27 March 2014

Jewellery Havering Police suspect has been stolen

Jewellery Havering Police suspect has been stolen

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Havering officers are appealing for witnesses and information to help them trace suspected stolen jewellery.

Jewellery Havering Police suspect has been stolenJewellery Havering Police suspect has been stolen

The items include gold earrings, bracelets and necklaces and were seized by police following a domestic incident at a address in Helmsdale Road, Romford on Wednesday, March 12.

Officers believe the items could have been stolen in burglaries.

A 21 year-old man was arrested on suspicion of theft by finding and has since been bailed to attend Romford police station on a date next month.

Anyone who recognises any of the jewellery should contact Pc Barry Roberts at Romford police station on 01708 779220.

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