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Police appeal after designer jewellery stolen in Hampstead burglary

PUBLISHED: 15:26 10 June 2014

One of three rings stolen during the burglary

One of three rings stolen during the burglary

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Police have released drawings of three stolen rings in the hope of tracking them down.

Another of the stolen rings Another of the stolen rings

The rings, which were designed by their owner, were stolen during a burglary on Tuesday, May 6 from a flat in Alvanley Court in Finchley Road, Hampstead.

Det Con Sam Johnston, of Camden CID, said: “We are trying to find these items of jewellery. The owner is particularly upset for both economical and sentimental reasons. If you know of their location, please contact us.”

Anyone with information can call Det Con Johnston on 101 quoting reference 2310984/14 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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