Published: 00:00, 27 April 2015 |
Updated: 14:18, 27 April 2015
Police have released images of some of the £7,000 in jewellery stolen from one house.
The theft happened at a property in Tudor Avenue, Dymchurch.
One image shows a 9ct gold and white necklace pendant made as two intertwined hollow hearts on a white gold 18in chain.
There is also a diamond cluster ring and a set of pearl earrings.
The theft happened at some time between Thursday, February 26 and Tuesday, April 7.
Police are not classing this as a burglary as they believe the suspects were authorised visitors who came in late February.
The jewels had been left stored and unused in a bedroom drawer and the owner did not discover them missing for weeks until she went to take them.
Officers are appealing for information about the stolen jewellery and would like to hear from anyone who may have seen them for sale.
Anyone who can help is asked to call PC Robert Dowle on 01843 222289 quoting crime reference ZY/10213/15 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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