Cops seek to reunite stolen jewels with owners

| 25/06/2020 | 2 Comments

(CNS): A collection of rings, bracelets, chains, pendents and watches recovered by police officers during burglary investigations that are believed to have been stolen are on display on the RCIPS website. Officers are hoping to reunite these pieces of jewellery with the rightful owners. Anyone who believes their property may be held by police is asked to take a look here.

In order to claim items members of the public will be required to present proof of ownership. This may include receipts of purchase, serial numbers or specific identifying descriptions that are unique to your property, such as engravings.

Detectives would like to remind the public to ensure that property is properly recorded at home by taking pictures to include the serial numbers and model numbers, scan or file away receipts or to make discreet marking or engravings where possible.

Anyone who believes they can identify the items on this list should contact
DC Francisco Gomes at 926-2965 or
DC Nakea Mendez at 916-1621
between the hours of 9am and 7pm on week days.

Anyone who has information about the rightful owners of these items, can also contact the detectives.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    That’s some ugly jewelry!

  2. Cheese Face says:

    Awesome pictures RCIPS

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