Crime & the Law

Appeal following £35,000 Eltham jewellery theft

Stolen Rings from Eltham. Image: Met Police

Stolen Rings from Eltham. Image: Met Police

Police in Greenwich have have released images of jewellery stolen in a recent burglary in Eltham.
On Wednesday the 15th of April, a residential address in Riefield Road was burgled in the early hours of the afternoon.
Gucci, Longine and Fossil watches as well as rings, broaches, and earrings with a value of approximately £30,000 were stolen.
Amongst the jewellery stolen were a distinctive white and yellow gold ring manufactured by Links of London, a white gold single diamond ring and a bi-colour tourmaline ring.
The rings stolen are valued at over £5,000.
Detective Constable Andrew Sheppard said:
This burglary was committed during the day – if you have any information, however small, or noticed anything suspicious in or around Riefield Road, please get in touch with us. Some of the jewellery stolen is fairly distinctive.
Anyone with information or anyone who may have recently come in possession of any of the jewellery should call Detective Constable Andrew Sheppard on 0208 284 9570 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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