Police are appealing for help after a burglary at an address in Victoria Road, Sandown sometime between Tuesday, January 21 and Sunday, January 26.
A number of items were taken in the burglary including a brown metal cash tin with ‘Dad’ printed on it containing £300-£500 in pound coins, a gold sovereign ring, and a plain gold wedding band.
Inspector Terry Clawson said: "The page has since been taken down but has already caused unbearable upset for Kiri-Jade's family and friends.
"We're taking this matter very seriously and investigating it from a criminal perspective.
"We're working with Facebook and following other lines of inquiries and we will be taking appropriate action.
"If you have any information that can assist with our inquiries, please contact us directly. If you come across any similar sites, please also let us know and avoid commenting on them."
Kiri-Jade Hodgkinson died after the car she was travelling in was involved in a collision on the Mersley Down road on the Isle of Wight.
In a statement, her family said: “Kiri-Jade is a loving 14-year-old girl with a zest for life. She is adored by her loving mother Carly and her 8-year-old sister Megan. “Kiri-Jade is part of an extended family who all miss her dreadfully."
Police are appealing for information about an offensive Facebook page that was set up after a teenager died on the Isle of Wight. 14-year-old Kiri-Jade Hodgkinson was killed in a car crash last week on the Mersley Down Road.
The page has since been taken down, and the Hodgkinson family said it has already caused unbearable upset amongst friends and the family. Hampshire Police are now considering it as a criminal matter.
More people are raising the chances of having their homes burgled by posting they're out or on holiday on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
Experts warn incidents are likely to rise over the Christmas period, especially as many people post photos of their gifts. David Wood reports. His piece includes interviews with Teresa Bateman and social media expert Benjamin Cohen.
The family and friends of Lily Strugnell, Facebook's "oldest user" at 109, have produced this video to celebrate her birthday.
She's celebrating her 109th birthday and she's added another record to her already impressive list of achievements.
Lily Strugnell, who lives on the Isle of Wight, is thought to be the world's oldest Facebook user. Richard Slee went to see her.
A great-great-grandmother who has embraced Facebook and modern technology is celebrating her 109th birthday today.
Lily Strugnell lives in a care home in Newport, Isle of Wight and was born the eldest of 11 children on August 6, 1904, in Portsmouth.
A great-great-grandmother who has embraced Facebook and modern technology is celebrating her 109th birthday. Lily Strugnell, a resident of Barchester's Orchard House care home in Newport, Isle of Wight, was born the eldest of 11 children on August 6, 1904, in Portsmouth.
The daughter of a fisherman, she started her life technology-free - the first known photograph of her was when she married at the age of 22. But now Mrs Strugnell is happy looking at family photos on Facebook and even has her own dedicated page allowing friends and relatives to keep in touch.
Lily said: "I couldn't write my name until I went to school, when teachers stuck a pencil in my hand. I thought it was a stick!"
It was a real novelty, being able to contact family and friends at a moment's notice, when and wherever your were. Social media sites on the internet have been all the rage for the past few years.
But as with many new crazes over the years, there are signs that we're getting fed up of Facebook and tired of tweeting.
Is it the end of an era, or the start of another one? Andrew Pate speaks to "Techno Gran" Brenda Meakin and Lisa Harris and Fiona Harvey from University of Southampton.