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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 or by calling 101 quoting crime reference CR/039683/18.

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