Police are appealing for help to find a number of items stolen from a house in Sileby, including two rings.
A 22 carat gold ring set with a large bloodstone gem, and a silver ring engraved with the initials 'CJB' were stolen.
A white projector, crystal earrings and a bracelet, a designer ladies watch and two gold sovereign rings were also taken in the burglary.
The house in Wattle Close was burgled between 7.40am and 4.05am on Monday 27 October.
Have you been offered these rings or any of the items of distinctive jewellery for sale? Do you know where any of the items may be? We would like to hear from you if you have any information that could help with our enquiries.
Police are appealing for information about the suspected arson attack on two sheds and summer house at an allotment site in Leicester.
The Rowley Fields Allotments, off Meredith Road, was targeted overnight on Friday, with the damage discovered on Saturday morning.
Police say they are linking the fires which they believe to have been started deliberately.
The fires caused significant damage with the buildings being raised to the ground.
The allotments are overlooked by houses so I’m asking residents to think back to Friday night – do you remember seeing anyone acting suspiciously in the area? Do you know something that could assist our enquiries? Whoever is responsible may have returned home smelling strongly or smoke or some kind of accelerant. If this sounds familiar, call officers immediately.
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