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Police release images of stolen jewellery found in Romford they want to reunite with owners

PUBLISHED: 16:00 22 September 2017

This jewellery was recovered from a house in Romford by Essex Police detectives who are now looking to reunite it with its owners. Photo: Essex Police.

This jewellery was recovered from a house in Romford by Essex Police detectives who are now looking to reunite it with its owners. Photo: Essex Police.

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Detectives from Essex Police are still hoping to trace the owners of this jewellery and distinctive box, which were recovered from a house in Romford and are believed to have been stolen.

They were recovered last December during an ongoing investigation into four burglaries in the Brentwood area in November 2016.

The items are thought to have been stolen from the Basildon, Romford or Brentwood areas, possibly between November and December.

If you recognise any of these items contact Brentwood CID on 101.

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