Police seize stolen jewels in Sussex

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MORE than 500 letters have been sent out to burglary victims across Sussex in a bid to reunite almost 4,000 pieces of stolen jewellery with their rightful owners.

The haul includes a huge quantity of rings, necklaces, bracelets and watches.

Detective Sergeant Anita Turner said: ‘This has been the biggest haul of seized jewellery I have certainly come across in my time as a detective.

‘Not all of the jewellery is of a high monetary value but I’m sure most of it will have significant value for the owners. We owe it to them to at least try and return their jewellery.’

To view the items go to goldrush.sussex-police.co.uk or call 101 quoting serial 0534 of 20/2.