More than three hundred pound in cash and jewellery was stolen from a house in East Wellow.
The home in Embley Lane was burgled between 1pm and 3pm on Thursday May, 23.
The thieves got into the house through a kitchen window while the homeowners were away.
When the victims returned, they found that money and jewellery, including a diamond ring, were missing.
Eastleigh police want to hear from anyone who saw unfamiliar people or suspicious activity in the area on Thursday afternoon.
The police has also reminded homeowners to keep doors and windows locked and to call 999 if they see people acting suspiciously.
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