Distinctive ring stolen during Bourn burglary

The 14-carat gold ring which was stolen.

The 14-carat gold ring which was stolen. - Credit: Archant

An image of a distinctive ring stolen during a burglary in Bourn has been released by police.

The 14-carat gold ring has a cornelian stone, floral motif and family crest comprising ibex, heart, harp and rose.

It was taken along with a number of other items of jewellery after offenders broke into a house in Caxton End between 5.20pm on October 2 and 4.45pm the following day.

Detective constable Ian Butcher said: “This is a very distinctive item and I would urge anyone who is offered it for sale, or knows of its whereabouts, to call police.”

INFORMATION: Call DC Butcher on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.


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