Tens of thousands of pounds worth of jewellery and Land Rover stolen in Christmas burglary
- Credit: Norfolk Constabulary.
Tens of thousands of pounds worth of jewellery has been stolen after a burglary in Bacton.
Diamond jewellery and handbags were amongst the items stolen from a property in Coast Road over the Christmas period.
The property was broken into between Christmas Eve (December 24) and Boxing Day (December 26).
A black 64 plate Land Rover Evoque was also taken during the incident.
Some of the items stolen include an 18ct Italian white gold Belgium cut diamond ring, 18ct gold stud earrings with round diamonds, a 1940s diamond set cocktail wristwatch, and a diamond box lined bracelet with 46 stones.
Investigating officer, DC Kevin Maskell, said: 'We believe the offender/s took the Land Rover after the burglary and travelled to the Norwich area.
'I would like to ask members of the public if they remember seeing the vehicle acting suspiciously near to Edwards Road, Repton Avenue, Hillmead, Pound Lane or Cooper Lane.
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'If you travelled near these locations between the crime times and have dashcam footage I would ask you to review it in case you captured the stolen vehicle.'
The vehicle was recovered in the early hours of New Year's Day in Norwich and is currently being forensically examined.
Police have been able to track the movements of the vehicle, which are detailed below:
08.59pm Edwards Road, Sprowston
09.06pm Repton Avenue, Norwich
Wednesday 27 December 2017
12.19pm Hillmead, Norwich
Friday 29 December 2017
09.49pm Pound Lane, Thorpe St Andrew
10.14pm Cooper Lane, Norwich
Saturday 30 December 2017
01.14am Stoke Road, Caistor St Edmunds
03.11am Long John Hill, Norwich
03.25am Martineau Lane, Norwich
09.10am Long John Hill, Norwich
10.19am Hillmead, Norwich
10.40am Spencer Road, Norwich
Anyone who may have any information about the burglary should contact DC Kevin Maskell at Great Yarmouth CID on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.