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Buckie family release images of stolen jewellery


By Alan Beresford

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IMAGES of jewellery stolen from a house in the Buckie area have been released by the family affected.

It is believed the Cathedral Street property was targeted between 9pm on Friday, March 8 and 3pm on Saturday, March 9.

A number of rings, necklaces, watches, bracelets and earrings valued at around a low six-figure sum of money were taken.

In a statement released through police the family said: “The jewellery stolen has been collected throughout a lifetime and many of the items taken have sentimental value and cannot be replaced.

“We are devastated by what has happened and ask that anyone who may have information, no matter how small, which could assist police gets in touch with them.”

Among the items taken are: A platinum three-stone ring featuring round brilliant cut diamonds in 6 claw setting; 9ct yellow gold Mabe pearl ring; platinum flower shaped ring, featuring six cabochon cut green emeralds and three round brilliant cut diamonds; 18ct yellow gold, illusion set diamond solitaire engagement ring; 18ct yellow gold 6mm wide wedding ring, with diamond cut edging; Japanese 7mm Akoya pearl strand individually knotted with a yellow gold hook clasp; 9ct yellow gold wide domed Ola Gorie ring; 18ct yellow gold antique style hinged bangle featuring oval cut blue sapphires and with two round brilliant cut diamonds set between each sapphire with a yellow gold safety chain.

Anyone with information regarding the theft can contact police on 101 using reference number CF0058740319 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to remain anonymous.



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