Police appeal to reunite owners with jewellery stolen from Watford and Kings Langley

Police appeal to reunite owners with stolen jewellery

Police appeal to reunite owners with stolen jewellery

Police appeal to reunite owners with stolen jewellery

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Images of jewellery stolen from Watford and Kings Langley have been released in an attempt to reunite the goods with their owners.

The items seized include watches, earrings, bracelets and necklaces, thought to be stolen from residents in Watford, Kings Langley and Hemel Hempstead.

The jewellery was located following a search of a vehicle on Friday, October 18 last year.

DC Georgina Fenge, from the specialist investigation team, said: "Despite our best efforts to find the owners of these items we have so far been unsuccessful.

"We would like to hear from anyone who believes they may recognise the jewellery. It’s possible these items hold significant sentimental value and so it would be great to be able to return the items to their rightful owners."

If you recognise the items telephone DC Fenge on 101.

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10:28am Tue 11 Feb 14

G_Whiz says...

Good work from the Police - But what happened to the Burglars? are they still out there - looking for more victims?

Would be nice to get the whole story, as at the moment we hardly ever see justice done! and a lengthening victim list.

A lot of that jewellery would have been stolen from the elderly - and many of those don't have the web. Easy pickings for Criminals, who have no fear of our Liberal justice system. As system the seems only to care for the criminal and quickly forgets the victims.

Still at least the Liberals and the Howard League are happy!
Good work from the Police - But what happened to the Burglars? are they still out there - looking for more victims? Would be nice to get the whole story, as at the moment we hardly ever see justice done! and a lengthening victim list. A lot of that jewellery would have been stolen from the elderly - and many of those don't have the web. Easy pickings for Criminals, who have no fear of our Liberal justice system. As system the seems only to care for the criminal and quickly forgets the victims. Still at least the Liberals and the Howard League are happy! G_Whiz
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