Can you help police trace unusual items stolen in Weymouth burglary?

Can you help police trace unusual items stolen in Weymouth burglary?

Can you help police trace unusual items stolen in Weymouth burglary?

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after jewellery was stolen in a Weymouth burglary.

The incident happened some time between between 5.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday March 22 in Barrack Road.

The offenders forced entry into the front of the property and stole a quantity of jewellery and watches.

Police Constable Steve Newton, of Weymouth police, said: “This incident was distressing for the victim.

“A ten shilling note in a picture frame and a silver Royal Navy ‘Sweetheart’ brooch were two distinctive items taken.

“I would urge anyone who saw suspicious activity in the area to come forward as soon as possible.

“I would also like to hear from anyone who has been offered such items or similar for sale in strange circumstances or for an unusually low price.

“Anyone with information that can assist the investigation is asked to contact the police in confidence.”

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2:35pm Mon 31 Mar 14

chesil beach says...

Breakins all over weymouth portland dorchester in fact all over dorset , the worst its been for years , what a load of crap and waist of money this P.C.C. rubbish is ,
Breakins all over weymouth portland dorchester in fact all over dorset , the worst its been for years , what a load of crap and waist of money this P.C.C. rubbish is , chesil beach
  • Score: 9

3:27pm Mon 31 Mar 14

portlandboy says...

Well, another interesting report. But when police are asking people to help trace "unusual" looking items, wouldn't a picture of similar looking items be of more use than the back of a high-visibility police jacket? Seems logical to me.
Well, another interesting report. But when police are asking people to help trace "unusual" looking items, wouldn't a picture of similar looking items be of more use than the back of a high-visibility police jacket? Seems logical to me. portlandboy
  • Score: 13

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