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Help police return jewellery owned for over 50 years

Gwent Police received a report of burglary after a house in Pontygwindy Road was allegedly broken into between 10am on Saturday 9 March and 2pm on Sunday 10 March.

The officer in the case, Detective Constable Christiane Fortt said:

“A large quantity of jewellery was taken, all of which had a huge sentimental significance to the owner, many of the items having been owned for over 50 years.

“We would like your help to return the jewellery.

“If you believe you have seen any of the items, or you have any information, including CCTV or dashcam footage in the area at the time, we want to speak to you.”

Full list of jewellery taken includes:

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  • Gold watch with a circular face and a gated strap design
  • Silver watch with a square face
  • Sovereign diamond neckless
  • Three gold band wedding rings
  • Two yellow gold and diamond rings
  • Diamond cluster ring
  • Three-line diamond ring
  • Eternity diamond ring
  • Pearl earrings
  • Gold necklace with a little gold cross
  • Silver ring with diamonds, it is missing one stone
  • Silver band ring
  • Yellow and white gold ring with small diamonds
  • Yellow gold ruby ring
  • Six gold chains
  • More than ten gold and silver rings
  • Brooch with a green background with a painted man sat down
  • Oval gold locket with a gold chain, roughly 2-4cm in diameter. In its original white box, the locket had no photograph inside
  • Oval gold locket with a gold chain, roughly 2-4cm in diameter. It contains a photograph of a teenage boy
  • Oval gold locket with a gold chain, roughly 2-4cm in diameter. It contains a photograph of a man
  • Small pocketknife, around 2 inches long, the side of the casing has pearls on.

Please call 101 or DM us on social media quoting 2400080513.

Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 with details.

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