E-fit released after valuable jewellery swiped in Winkfield burglaryBy Becky Barnes
December 18, 2012
A neighbour challenged a stranger who was in his back garden the same day a large collection of jewellery was swiped from a nearby house.
Police released an E-fit of the unknown man seen near to the home in Lovel Road, Winkfield, where a burglary took place between 4.30pm and 10pm on Wednesday, November 7.
They want to speak to him in connection with the incident.
An aquamarine and diamond white gold ring, a pair of gold and emerald studs and six diamond earrings were stolen as well as a black suede handbag containing £100 cash and bank cards.
The man is white, in his mid twenties, about 6ft 1ins, slim and was wearing a grey zip up top and light trousers. He had short, not shaved, sandy coloured hair, a pale complexion and thin lips.
PC Ashley Todd, from Bracknell police station, said: “I would like to hear from anyone who can help identify the man shown in the E-fit, or if you have been offered a large quantity of jewellery for sale”.
If you can help, call 101 and ask to speak to PC Todd or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.