Gold bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings were among items worth more than £10,000 which have been stolen in a burglary in Brighton.
An intruder forced open the window of a home in Rushlake Road and searched the house, some time between 6pm on 18th March and 11am on 19th March 2014.
When the 63-year-old owner returned home he found his suitcase of distinctive Asian gold jewellery, much of which had belonged to his late wife, had been stolen.
Sussex Police is appealing for witnesses.
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