Jewellery dating back to early 1900s stolen in Exeter burglary
Items of jewellery worth thousands of pounds has been stolen in a burglary at a house in Whitestone, Exeter.
The theft took place between 8.30am and 4.05pm on Tuesday, February 26.
Jewellery worth around £10,000 was taken, including wedding and engagement rings, necklaces, watches, cufflinks and earrings.
Some of the items date back to the early 1900s.
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A number of other items were taken including cash, purses and a mobile phone.
The property was entered through the garage and a doubled glazed window after the suspects forced entry.
Police believe this burglary is linked to a series of burglaries in the South Hams, Teignbridge and Exeter area recently.
DC Dave Pebworth, South Devon CID, said: “If anyone has seen anything suspicious in connection with this burglary please get in touch. People are reminded to take photographs of jewellery, record the serial numbers of other valuable property and mark it where possible.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting reference JC/13/118