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Police appeal after thefts of jewellery from Tavistock property

By Plymouth Herald  |  Posted: February 12, 2014

By CARL EVE, Crime Reporter @CarlEveCrime

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CROOKS have stolen jewellery from a Tavistock property over the past nine months, say police.

The owner reported the thefts last month to police, saying the items have gone missing over a long period of time.

Much of the jewellery is of great sentimental value rather than of monetary value.

Among the haul is an eternity ring with four diamonds on a yellow metal band; an engagement ring with dark blue stone on thin yellow metal band, with diamond clusters made by Cornish goldsmiths; a thick yellow metal band ring with buckle decoration; a thick yellow metal wedding band and an engagement ring with a yellow stone.

Anyone with any information about the items should call police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 quoting crime reference number JT/14/163.

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  • HappylilLady  |  February 23 2014, 5:08PM

    coffeecup - I totally agree.

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  • glasshalffull  |  February 12 2014, 10:31PM

    I agree, coffeecup. There's a lot that hasn't been said here. The owner only reported it last month and yet we're told the items started going missing 9 months ago. If this is the case, surely the owners have an idea of who has had access to their property...?

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  • coffeecup  |  February 12 2014, 9:30PM

    I'd be looking closer to home rather than an outsider.

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  • coffeecup  |  February 12 2014, 9:28PM

    I'd be looking closer to home

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