Thames Valley Police put out to call to all victims of jewellery theft

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After discovering a hoard of stolen jewellery Thames Valley Police (TVP) are urging the public to come forward if they recognise any of the items.

Following a police investigation in June of this year TVP have recovered 560 items of stolen gold and silver jewellery from a premises in Hounslow, London.

Recovered jewelry some of which is thought to have been stolen in the Thames Valley area NNL-161020-171929001

Recovered jewelry some of which is thought to have been stolen in the Thames Valley area NNL-161020-171929001

Some of the jewellery has been restored to their rightful owners, one of which was in the Thames Valley and it is likely that there may be more victims in the Thames Valley area.

The theft of the items goes as far back as 2013 and TVP are appealing to anyone who believes they were targeted during the past three years to take a look at the images of the recovered haul to contact the Thames Valley enquiry centre on 101.

DC Aidan Crowe, from Hounslow Crime Squad, said: “As part of an operation targeting people and places we know to be trading in stolen goods we have recovered a huge amount of jewellery.

“If you have had your jewellery stolen I’d ask you to look at the images and see if you can recognise your items.

“We would love to be able to reunite people with these items, some of which will clearly have huge amounts of sentimental value.”

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