Gold stolen from Durrington elderly person

Gold stolen from Durrington elderly person

 

A 50 year-old gold charm bracelet was among jewellery items stolen in a burglary at a property in  Rockingham Close, Durrington.  Police are appealing for witnesses to the burglary between 1.00 pm and 10.45 pm on Wednesday November 13th.


The jewellery belonging to the elderly victim included neck chains, bracelets and rings. Most of the jewellery is over 50 years old including a nine carat charm bracelet. This bracelet had various charms on it including a “10 shilling note”. The chain is thick linked, with nine carat stamped on each link. Other nine carat bracelets were taken, including one that was “gated”.

PC David Slade said: “This is a despicable crime on an elderly person. I am appealing for witnesses to come forward, and local jewellers along with any cash converter shops, who have been approached by people wishing to sell nine carat gold bracelets.”
Any witness or anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting serial 1641 of November 13th or email: contact.centre@sussex.pnn.police.uk