Police are investigating a burglary in Bradford in which more than £6,000 of jewellery was taken.
The pieces of jewellery are described as “distinctive”. They include a nine carat gold belcher chain with a nine carat gold disc. The disc is about three-quarters of an inch wide and shows eyes, a nose and mouth on one side. The same chain also has a nine carat gold base with an amethyst stone.
Also taken was an 18 carat diamond set gold ring, a nine carat ruby and pearl dress ring and a 14 carat Eska men’s gold wrist watch with a gold bracelet strap.
West Yorkshire Police said the burglary occurred at an address in the city on Monday - though it would not disclose the location.
Anyone with information about any of the stolen items is asked to contact PC 1039 Kisby at Bradford District CID on 101.