Officers are renewing their appeal to try and find the owners of a number of pieces of valuable jewellery which were recovered last month.
The items which include 4 rings, an ornate jewellery box and a locket containing two photographs, were recovered in Castleford in May. West Yorkshire Police believe the jewellery could belong to a person, or people, from West Yorkshire or the surrounding counties. They’re now extending their appeal to North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, Greater Manchester, Humberside, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
PC Steve Sayles from Wakefield CID, said: “Despite an earlier appeal to find the owner or owners of this distinctive jewellery, no-one has come forward. This recovery is part of an ongoing investigation into a number of burglaries and we are keen to speak to whoever they belong to.
“We now think that these valuables may have come from outside West Yorkshire. We also think they could belong to an older person who may not realise that they have been stolen or that they are missing. We want anyone who may have any information to get in touch with us.”
Anyone who recognises the items or has information should contact PC Steve Sayles at Wakefield CID on 101.
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