POLICE have released images of jewellery stolen from a house in a village near Huntingdon.
The property in Wennington Road, Wennington, was raided between 2.30pm and 6.15pm on Friday.
Burglars forced their way in through a kitchen window and searched the house.
They made off with jewellery worth thousands of pounds.
Detectives have released the images in the hope someone will recognise an item and be able to help their inquiry.
Pictures of the stolen jewellery can be found on the Cambridgeshire Police website:
Police are urging residents in Essex to look after their jewellery after an increase in the number of burglaries being reported. In one burglary in Westcliff jewellery worth around £10,000 was stolen.
The victim, who did not want to be identified, said: "Being the victim of a break in has now made us think more about security.
We are looking at getting a safe and will consider keeping our jewellery in separate locations. We will definitely photograph all our jewellery; we were lucky this time we could find some photos of the items online.”
Essex Police say a number of steps can be taken by owners of valuable jewellery and gold:
Invest in a good quality safe which complies with official insurance rating standards and is secured to a wall or to the floor
Take photographs of the jewellery to assist police in finding it should it be stolen
Mark the property with a DNA type marking system
Do not store all jewellery together