A SERVICE medal and an engagement ring are among a large quantity of jewellery stolen from an elderly Kinmel Bay resident.

Police are appealing for information following the incident which happened between 10pm on Friday, August 16th August and 7pm on Sunday 18.

PC 3089 Danielle James said: “The elderly victim has had a substantial amount of expensive sentimental jewellery stolen, some of which is quite distinctive and may be recognisable from the descriptions.

“We are keen to hear from anyone who knows where the jewellery may be as it would mean the world to the victim to get even one item of this jewellery back.”

Among the items stolen are:

  • A Recognition of Service Medal with a short blue and red striped ribbon featuring Queen Elizabeth II.
  • A gold chain necklace with a starburst pendant, image of a lion's head, specks of black in the gold.
  • A jade necklace, beads alternated with gold stoppers.
  • A gold necklace with individual gold drops like sun rays.
  • Pearl earrings with gold drops.
  • A gold engagement ring with five alternative sapphire and diamond stones across the top.
  • A gold ring with small oval shaped ruby garnet surrounded with diamonds.
  • A necklace made up entirely of flowers, like blooms all the way around and made of silver and crystal.
  • A set of hoop gold earrings, curved clasp. In the hoops there are three stones set apart from each other.
  • A gold, five bar bracelet.
  • A gold bracelet approximately one inch wide with two solid, curved pieces that clip together with a hinge in between.
  • A silver bracelet with round stones, each in a different colour including brown, turquoise and green.
  • Numerous other gold, silver and pearl necklaces, rings, bracelets.
  • A model 110 Lenovo Idea Pad in grey black.

Rhyl Journal:

One of the items taken from Kinmel Bay

PC James added: “I would like to urge the public to be vigilant for anyone attempting to sell this jewellery and to contact me with any information they may have.”

Anyone with information relating to the jewellery is asked to contact PC 3089 James on 101 with reference 19100461761.

Alternatively use the live webchat at north-wales.police.uk/contact/live-chat-support or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.