Instrument and jewels stolen in village burglary

Esther and Adam Kemp, and their children Daisy, five weeks,  Evie, four, Finley, six, and Ruby 23 months Picture: Habibur Rahman (171113-04)

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AN ACCORDION and a large amount of jewellery were among a large haul stolen in a burglary.

The red Weltmeiser 60 Bass with black straps and a red carry bag with The Music Room written in black were stolen from a house in East Street, Westbourne, between March 28 and 30.

The jewellery included a wide hinged bangle with a white sapphire set into the gold, a gold Rotary watch with a white oblong face, a Polsa gold coloured watch with a round face, and a 9ct large oblong cameo ring.

Also taken was an 18ct ring with solitaire diamond, a 9ct amber ring in the shape of a flower, a 9ct wedding band, a 9ct ring set with cubic zirconium, a 18ct white gold ring containing blue topaz and diamond, a silver ring containing a pearl with cubic zirconium surround and matching stud earrings, a 18ct gold chain with an amber pendant within a gold setting and a 14in fine gold chain with pendant of a horseshoe and the hand of Fatima.

Anyone with information about the burglary should contact police on 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk. Alternatively call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.