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Four rings stolen during Red Lodge car break-in




Thieves broke into a car in Red Lodge and stole a rucksack containing four rings ANL-160215-173229001
Thieves broke into a car in Red Lodge and stole a rucksack containing four rings ANL-160215-173229001

A Sat Nav, rucksack and four rings have been stolen after a car was broken into in Red Lodge.

The car parked in Rosehip Avenue had a window forced open between 10pm on Tuesday February 2 and 11am on Friday February 5.

Thieves broke into a car in Red Lodge and stole a rucksack containing four rings ANL-160215-173239001
Thieves broke into a car in Red Lodge and stole a rucksack containing four rings ANL-160215-173239001

A Garmin American Sat Nav and a grey Osprey rucksack containing four rings and clothing was taken.

The rings are described as:

A silver ring with an oval shaped black gem stone with US Airforce engraved around the black gem.

A ring with around 10 diamonds set in silver, wide shoulders with square cut outs in gold.

Thieves broke into a car in Red Lodge and stole a rucksack containing four rings ANL-160215-173249001
Thieves broke into a car in Red Lodge and stole a rucksack containing four rings ANL-160215-173249001

A silver ring with a diamond set into square setting.

A slim silver band going into a heart shape set with a diamond in the middle.

The rings are of great sentimental value to the owners and police would like to hear from you if you have been offered similar items for sale, or if you have any information about where they are now.

If you can help, please contact Suffolk Police on 101 quoting reference 37/16895/16.



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