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Jewelry Recovered by the Police Believed to have been Stolen, 11 February

Jewelry Recovered by the Police Believed to have been Stolen, 11 February

11th February, 2020 Police Headlines

In December 2019, the police had cause to carry out searches at several locations. During one of the searches, several items of jewelry (pictured below) were seized and are believed to have been stolen.  The recovered items have been photographed and forensically examined as best as possible, and are now being issued to the public in an effort to link the items to their rightful owners. 


Persons who believe that they may be able to identify items on this list should contact DC Durrant at 926-2965 or DC Ennis at 916-4588.


In order to claim any item from the police, members of the public must be able to prove without doubt that the items being identified belong to them. There are several ways to do this – some of which are: 1) Providing pictures of the item when it was first purchased, 2) presenting receipts of purchase, 3) providing serial numbers or 4) descriptions of unique markings on the item done by you in order to brand the item as your own.


Detectives with the RCIPS are also reminding members of the public to record, list and photograph their valuables so that they can be easily identified by the police after making a report. As it relates to jewelry, discrete markings or engravements should be considered.


Anyone with information regarding these items is also encouraged to contact the detectives directly.


Anonymous tips can be provided directly to the RCIPS via our Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777, or via our website. Tips can also be submitted anonymously via the Miami-based call centre of Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), or online.



Pictures of jewelry to be identification: