Police are appealing for information after jewellery, valued at £25,000, was stolen during a burglary in Andover.
At some time between 1.15pm and 1.45pm on Friday, September 14 a burglary occurred at an address in Leicester Place, Andover.
The offenders gained entry to the property and once inside stole a number of items of jewellery worth approximately £25,000.
The stolen items are described as: gold forehead pieces, five earring and necklace sets, four gold bangles, two mens rings, three womens rings and an Armani watch.
Officers have descriptions of two people they would like to speak to:
The first person is described as:
- Wearing a black hijab and black clothing
- Approximately 5ft 1in
- Aged in her 30s to 40s
- Of Asian or Turkish appearance
- Carrying flowers
The second person is described as:
- Around 5ft 10ins
- Medium build
- Mediterranean or Turkish appearance
- Wearing a denim jacket and a blue cap
Detective Constable Rob Harrington, said: "I am appealing for anyone who may have seen the people matching the descriptions in the Suffolk Road or Leicester Place areas on September 14 to come forward and speak to us.
"We are especially keen to trace the lady seen carrying flowers wearing a black hijab. A lady carrying flowers wearing a black hijab was also seen at the scene of a related burglary on Moneyer Road, Andover, on August 30.
"I would urge anyone with any information to contact us as soon as possible. Every piece of information helps and will be treated in confidence."
RMS Number: 44120361933