Detectives investigating the theft of a diamond tiara that's been described as a "national treasure", have released CCTV video and pictures of three suspects.
The Portland Tiara was stolen from an armoured display case at The Portland Collection Gallery at the Welbeck Estate in Worksop in Nottinghamshire last month.
The centre-piece of the tiara is the Portland Diamond, which dates from the 19th century. It's flanked by two diamond drops and other pendant diamonds, all set in gold and silver. It was taken along with a diamond brooch - while the alarms were sounding.
Nottinghamshire Police say burglars broke into the gallery between 9.45pm and 10pm on Tuesday 20th November.
The tiara was stolen along with a diamond brooch.
Officers are also appealing for information about a silver Audi RS5 Quattro, with the registration number KY61 USJ, which is thought to have been involved in the burglary. Police say it's the same model as the car pictured.
They say the Audi was stolen from the Phoenix Park Park and Ride tram stop on Millennium Way East in Cinderhill on Friday 2nd November.
It was later found abandoned and burnt-out on Cross Lane in Blidworth around half-an-hour after the burglary.
Read more on the missing tiara: https://www.itv.com/news/central/2018-11-23/diamond-tiara-described-as-national-treasure-stolen-from-armoured-display-case/