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Watches stolen during Garry Close break-in, Romford - can you help?

11:01 26 February 2013

Watch 1: A Cartier Santos like the one that was stolen

Watch 1: A Cartier Santos like the one that was stolen

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Do you recognise this watch? It was reported stolen, along with two others, following a break-in last week.

The one Rolex and two Cartier and watches were among the haul when burglars got into a home in Garry Close, Romford, on Tuesday, February 19.

Click on the gallery at the top-right of the page to view all three.

Anyone who knows where the watches are, or has any other information about the crime, is urged to phone Acting Detective Sergeant Daniel Brown at Romford CID on 101, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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