Thieves have stolen almost £20,000 worth of jewellery from a house in Cranfield near Bedford.
The house on Holywell Road was empty during the day on Wednesday 29 January. During this time burglars broke in by smashing the rear window, they climbed in and stole items including:
· Blue Versace watch
· Christian Lacroix stainless steel watch
· Black leather bangle with freshwater pearls and gold and silver charms
· Gold ruby and diamond ring
· Diamond pave white gold ring
· Platinum freshwater pearl ring with diamond shanks
Anyone with information can contact Det Con Lynn Adams direct at Bedford CID on 01234 275142, or via the police 24 hour number 101.
Alternatively you can contact independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
Bedfordshire Police are appealing for information from the public after a cash machine was stolen from outside a bank in Cranfield this morning.
The incident happened at the National Westminster Bank in College Road at approximately 3.11am when a stolen JCB was used to pull the cash machine from the outside wall of the building.
The offenders then left the scene in a blue pickup style vehicle and a silver car.
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