Jew­elry stolen from Chev­erie res­i­dence dur­ing break and en­ter

Valley Journal Advertiser - - NEWS -

RCMP mem­bers are ask­ing the pub­lic to be on the look­out for stolen jew­elry.

On Oct. 15, Wind­sor RCMP re­sponded to a com­plaint of a break and en­ter. Po­lice de­ter­mined some­one had bro­ken into a Chev­erie res­i­dence and taken a large amount of jew­elry.

The home was en­tered some­time be­tween Oct. 11 at 5 p.m. and Oct. 15 at 9 a.m. The sus­pect gained en­try via a win­dow, then took the jew­elry, which is val­ued at be­tween $2,000 and $5,000. The items stolen in­cluded gen­uine and im­i­ta­tion gold, sil­ver and pearl rings, neck­laces and bracelets.

RCMP have can­vassed the area and con­tinue to look for sus­pects. Po­lice would like to ad­vise the pub­lic to be cau­tious and on the look­out for po­ten­tially stolen items when pur­chas­ing such items on­line or in sec­ond­hand shops.

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion about this in­ci­dent is asked to con­tact Wind­sor Dis­trict RCMP at 902798-2207. To re­main anony­mous, call Nova Sco­tia Crime Stop­pers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), sub­mit a se­cure web tip at www. crimes­top­pers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

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