The 14 items of precious jewellery stolen in a Washington house raid

General view of Falstone. Copyright Google Images.
General view of Falstone. Copyright Google Images.
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Designer jewellery worth thousands of pounds has been stolen in a raid on a house in Washington.

The burglary happened around 8pm on Thursday, October 29, at a house in Falstone, Fatfield.

Items taken include:

•a solitaire ring with diamond shoulders;

•a square diamond ring surrounding by diamonds;

•a citrene necklace;

•a two diamond bands ring;

•a platinum band ring;

•a necklace with a diamond pendant and gold chain;

•a Tiffany necklace with three diamonds linked by a gold chain (in a blue Tiffany bag);

•a white gold bangle:

•a small white gold necklace with a diamond:

•two Swarvoski necklaces:

•a Swarvoski tennis bracelet

•a silver Links of London bracelet with a heart pendant;

•a pearl and crystal necklace:

•a turquoise stone silver necklace.

A glass mirrored jewellery box which was also stolen was later recovered after being discarded by the burglars.

Second hand jewellers are being asked to be vigilant and contact police if they are offered any items for sale and are concerned about the origin.

Anyone with information should contact Northumbria Police on 101 ext 69191 quoting reference 1128 291015 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.