Distinctive jewellery stolen in Saltfleet burglary

Burglary (stock image)
Burglary (stock image)

Lincolnshire Police are appealing for information following a burglary at Saltfleet, during which several distinctive pieces of jewellery were stolen.

The burglary took place between 1pm and 6.50pm on Saturday May 10 at a property on Main Road in Saltfleet. Entry was gained via a window, and a search was made of every room.

The stolen property includes two custom made wedding bands (a man’s distinctive wooden set wedding band and a lady’s white gold set with five diamonds), a white gold engagement ring set with Swarowski stones creating a crown shape, a sterling silver tree silhouette charm, and a nine carat gold ring with the shape of two flowers joined together.

Other stolen items include a silver Marmite lid (hallmarked Birmingham), a silver pen and pencil set in a green leather case with white satin interior, dated around 1963 (hallmarked Birmingham), and a Compaq Presario V6000 laptop in black with distinctive damage to the bottom right hand corner of the keyboard, an 18th century sterling silver Hanoverian pattern teaspoon, a vacuum cleaner, a Nikon Coolpix S5200 digital camera, a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 in white and a Samsung Galaxy S4 mobile phone in black.

Anyone with information should contact DC Beckie Latto by dialling 101 and quoting incident number 318 of May 10. Report crimes anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.