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Burglary in Exeter

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High value jewellery stolen

Police are appealing for information after a woman’s home was burgled on Monday 7 May.

The incident happened at a property on Grendon Road in Exeter between 11.30am and 3.30pm.

During the burglary, a sentimental 18ct gold ring was stolen that had recently been valued at £1600 [photograph attached]. The ring is a pale blue sapphire ring which is set in a four claw, double gallery setting and mounted on a knife edge shank. The emerald cut, pale blue sapphire measures (L) 11.5mm x (W) 8mm x (D) 6.55mm. Total weight was 6.6 grams. The ring size is N ½.

In addition to the ring the following was also stolen;

  • Cash totalling around £30
  • Two pairs of gold hooped earrings worth around £20 each
  • A gold band ring with a large sapphire, which was limited edition and her engagement ring valued at £300
  • A ring with a gold band with a small sapphire stone that was worth around £150
  • A third ring with a gold band with a brown/orange stone worth around £100. Both rings belonged to deceased family members.

If you have any information regarding this burglary or know the current whereabouts of these pieces of jewellery please contact police via 101@dc.police.uk or by calling 101 quoting crime reference CR/039683/18.


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