Electrical equipment and jewellery stolen in burglary

14 Mar 2016 12:00 PM

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Police are appealing for information after a burglary in Sunderland.

The burglary happened between 8.50am and 4.45pm on Wednesday, February 10, in Copley Drive in they city.

Burglars broke in and stole electrical items and jewellery. The items stolen include:

Apple MacBook Pro 13inch

Apple MacBook 13inch 

IPAD WIFI 16GB White  

Terabyte Hard drive                       

Rose Gold Michael Kors bracelet                              

Gents leather Armani Exchange Watch                 

Leather Antler Laptop bag                          

Ladies silver Vivienne Westwood Ring                   

Chanel Necklace                              

Vivienne Westwood Sophia bracelet                     

Swarovski New York Bangle                       

Swarovski Crystal Ear Rings                         

Swarovski Rings (Gold&Silver)                   

Swarovski Ear Rings                        

Ladies Ran Ban Sunglasses                          

Chanel Sunglasses                          

Mirror Jewellery Box                     

2 x Top Shop long chain necklace                             

Mikey Jewellery set (bracelet & ear rings)                           

Rose Gold Ted Baker Necklace                                                                                  

Chanel Ear rings                                

Box of contact lenses                     

Goldsmiths Bridesmaids jewellery set                   

The Sims 4 PC Game                      

Ladies Goldsmiths Silver bracelet                             

Collection of Topshop costume jewellery.

Enquiries are on-going into the burglary and police are appealing for witnesses. Information about the stolen items is also being sought and anyone who may have been offered similar items for sale is also asked to get in contact.

Any witnesses should ring Northumbria Police on 101 quoting reference 871 100216 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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