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Jewellery worth more than £50,000 and 30,000 Australian dollars taken in Orpington burglary

PUBLISHED: 13:44 02 July 2015 | UPDATED: 13:44 02 July 2015

Handmade 18ct gold bangles from the Middle East.

Handmade 18ct gold bangles from the Middle East.

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Detectives appealing for information after Eton Road theft

Oyster Perpetual Air King Rolex watchOyster Perpetual Air King Rolex watch

Detectives are appealing for information following a major burglary in Orpington in which £50,000 of jewellery, a number of watches and around 30,000 Australian dollars were stolen.

The burglary at a residential property in Eton Road, Orpington, took place between 4pm and 7pm on Monday, 29 June.

The stolen jewellery included an 18-carat gold Dupont lighter valued at around £10,000, two sapphires from Germany, a rare 1907 18-carat pocket watch valued at around £20,000, an Egyptian 22-carat gold coin, handmade 18-carat gold bangles from the Middle East and an 18-carat solid gold tendered Franz Joseph coin from Austria.

Among the stolen watches were an Oyster Perpetual Air King Rolex watch valued at around £2,500, a Burberry men’s watch, a Klaus Kolbec men’s watch with diamonds and an Emporia Armani ladies watch.

18ct gold Dupont Lighter, 99.99 solid gold 50grams, two sapphires from Germany, 1907 rare 18crt pocket watch, Egyptian 22crt gold coin18ct gold Dupont Lighter, 99.99 solid gold 50grams, two sapphires from Germany, 1907 rare 18crt pocket watch, Egyptian 22crt gold coin

Anyone with any information should contact Bromley Police’s CID on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting crime reference 3312389/15.


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