Police need help to identify owner of stolen Asian Gold
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Jewellery recovered – Slough
Thames Valley Police has released pictures of Asian gold jewellery that officers believe is stolen property in a bid to try and trace its owners.
The jewellery was recovered from a property in Slough at 2pm Friday afternoon (1/3).
Two men, aged 20 and 40, were arrested on suspicion of burglary and remain in police custody this evening.
PC Christian Parker, from Slough CID, said:
“We believe the jewellery may have been stolen in burglaries in the Berkshire east area. Some of the jewellery (pictured on attached links below) is very distinctive, particularly a watch that has been recovered. I am sure it has great sentimental value to its owners and I am keen to trace them and reunite them with their jewellery.”
Anyone who thinks the jewellery may belong to them or thinks they know who it belongs to should contact PC 6076 Christian Parker or DS 5669 Nicola Pierce via the non emergency 101 number. Officers will carry out a number of checks to establish ownership of the jewellery to anyone who comes forward to ensure it is returned to its rightful owner.