Police appeal after ‘irreplaceable’ items taken in South Molton burglary
PUBLISHED: 10:32 07 May 2014 | UPDATED: 10:32 07 May 2014
The ‘unique’ items were taken from a house in Station Road sometime between March 29 and April 21.
A NUMBER of unique and ‘irreplaceable’ items have been taken during a burglary at a house in South Molton.
The items were taken from the property in Station Road at some time between Saturday, March 29 and Monday, April 21.
A police spokesman said the items were of great sentimental value and were considered to be irreplaceable by the owner.
They include a silver bell-shaped box with a fairy on top, a silver tie pin with a horse’s head on the front and a silver and amber ring.
A silver cat and mouse ring, 16 silver £5 coins, a silver bangle with elephants around the outside and a silver ingot on a silver chain were also taken.
A number of necklaces were also taken including an antique white pearl necklace, a Harry Potter necklace, a green jade necklace with a ram pendant, a silver and turquoise necklace, an amber and silver necklace with an amber pendant and a brown necklace with green jade beads.
Anyone with information about the burglary, or the whereabouts of the stolen items, is asked to call police on 101, quoting crime reference number CS/14/196.
Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.