Wedding jewellery worth thousands stolen in Lechlade

Thousands of pounds worth of unique jewellery which was handmade for a couple’s wedding was stolen during a burglary earlier this month.

Thieves forced their way into a house on Old Railway Close, Lechlade, between 4pm and 6pm on Saturday, November 2.

The stolen items are an 18ct white gold diamond set tennis bracelet which was specially handmade, a pair of white gold diamond aqua marine blue stone earrings and a white gold three diamond necklace (all pictured above).

Various other items were stolen including a Canon digital camera, a sentimental harmonica, grey handbag, pair of Prada sunglasses, Chanel glasses, perfume and a brown leather box containing watches and cufflinks, one pair of silver and blue ‘Bulgari’ cufflinks and one pair of silver ‘Links of London’ cufflinks engraved with initials.

House to house enquiries have been taking place and investigating officers are keen to hear from anyone who may have information about suspicious activity in the area and has not yet spoken to police.

Anyone who has seen these items advertised for sale or has any information relating to the incident is asked to call police on 101 and reference incident 324 of November 2.

Taken from : https://www.wiltsglosstandard.co.uk/