This jewellery was stolen in an Alfreton burglary

Appeal for information after jewellery and other items are stolen in Alfreton burglary

Posted by: Laura Hammond

Mon 24th October 2022

Police are appealing for information after a number of items – including jewellery and cash – were stolen during a burglary in Alfreton.

A Gucci watch was among the items taken from a property in Lynam Road between 9am and 7.30pm on Wednesday, October 12.

Police investigating the burglary have released an image showing some of the items that were stolen.

Derbyshire Constabulary said: “A number of items of jewellery including gold rings and necklaces, diamond and sapphire cluster rings, one single stone diamond engagement ring, a jewellery box as well as those seen in the images were stolen.

“Other items including cash, soundbar, aftershave, small crystal dice, four watches – one with a silver band and black clock face – and the clothing in the pictures were also taken during the burglary.”

As part of the investigation, officers are looking to speak to two men who were seen in the area at around 11.15am on the day of the burglary. It is thought they might be able to help with the investigation.

The first man is described as being a white man in his twenties, approximately 6ft 2in tall, and of a thin build with “blond and slightly red wavy hair” and blue eyes. He was wearing dark tracksuit trousers and a light tracksuit top with white a grey trainers. Police say he spoke with a “local Amber Valley accent”.

The second man is described as a white man in his late teens or early twenties, around 5ft 10in tall and of a slim build with dark hair. He was wearing dark clothing.

Police say the two men were with a boy aged around eight to 10 years old with dark brown hair.

If you have seen any of the items described above or shown in the pictures – or have any other information about the burglary – contact Derbyshire Constabulary and quote reference 22000598500.

You can get in touch by calling 101 or you can send a private message to the force’s Facebook page.

You can also send a direct message to the @DerPolContact Twitter account or complete a form on the force’s website.

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