Keep a look out for stolen Arsenal watch

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POLICE are asking the public to keep an eye out for some distinctive items stolen – including a rare Arsenal watch – in a Portsmouth burglary.

A home in Green Lane, Copnor, was raided between 9.10am and 2.30pm, last Friday. Police have just released details of the raid.

The thief got away with a Klaus Kluse gold Arsenal 2000 double winners watch – one of only 1,000 made – which is valued at £425.

They also stole a £150 Armani watch, a black X-Box 360, a Packard Bell laptop, a grey iPod nano with video camera and £1,000 in cash.

PC Kate Smithers said: ‘If you’re offered any of this stolen property, or see it for sale, you can let me know in confidence.

‘Also, did you witness anyone acting suspiciously in the area at the time of the burglary or know where the stolen items are now?’

Call police on 101.