Jewellery and cash stolen in Barnstaple burglary
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Police are appealing for information after a safe containing jewellery and cash was stolen in a burglary at a Barnstaple home.
The house in Old Tram Drive was targeted between 11am and 11.30am on Saturday, July 3.
Officers are searching for a male suspect who was wearing a dark clothing and carrying a distinctive floral-patterned laundry bag.
He is believed to have entered the property from the Tews Lane direction.
A large-sized safe was taken which contained money and items of jewellery including:
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- A solid gold chain with a gold boxing glove pendant. The pendant has diamonds where the string of the glove would be
- A gold charm bracelet with various charms including ‘mom’ and ‘nan’
- A gold chain and cross pendant
- A white gold diamond solitaire ring
- An old gold ring with a line etched around the top and bottom
All of the above items were in a black string pouch.
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The suspect was wearing a dark-coloured hooded top, dark-coloured shorts and either boots or high trainers.
He was carrying a distinctive, large, cream-coloured and floral-patterned zip-up laundry bag, similar to the one pictured, that would have been heavy due to its contents.
Detectives are appealing for anybody that may have seen a male matching this description in the Roundswell or Bickington area on July 3 to come forward.
Anybody with information on the burglary or the stolen items is urged to call police on 101, or email email@example.com, quoting crime reference CR/055570/21.
Information can also be passed anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555111, or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org