�1,000 reward offered after Romford burglary
A �1,000 reward is being offered for the safe return and conviction of burglars who stole items including a valuable diamond bracelet given as an anniversary gift.
Sajna and Mohamed Rahman, who live in Romford, had their home burgled this month in broad daylight.
The couple have been left distressed and scared after the incident on April 8. The items stolen included valuables such as the diamond jewellery, as well as sentimental items including football cards.
Mr and Mrs Rahman are offering a �1,000 reward for the safe return of their belongings and information leading to the successful conviction of the thieves.
Mrs Rahman said: “I always thought my house was safe because it’s such a busy area where we live. For whoever did this to have done so in broad daylight is such a risk.
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“You feel sick and violated that this has happened. I am scared to have windows open in the house now and I almost want to move out, but with the support of our family we’ll be staying here.”
Among the items stolen were a diamond bracelet, necklace, engagement ring and earrings. A number of the pieces were given to Mrs Rahman by her husband for anniversaries over the 17 years they have been married, and hold sentimental as well as monetary value.
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Mr Rahman’s collection of Panini badges, plus programmes and tickets for football matches he and his son have been to were stolen.
Also taken was a black Dell laptop containing GCSE coursework belonging to the Rahmans’ son, as well as photographs.
Anyone with information call Romford police on 01708 779117.