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Can you help officers find watches stolen in Weybridge burglary?

20 Mar, 2017 13:02 Witness Appeals

Surrey Police is appealing for the public’s help in locating three valuable watches stolen in a burglary in Portmore Park Road in Weybridge on Saturday 11 March 2017.

Between the hours of 5.30pm and 8.15pm, an intruder gained access by breaking through a door to the rear of the property. An old style safe (same as the one pictured but brown) which contained three watches and a quantity of cash were reported stolen from the property. A Peugeot on the drive was also stolen but later recovered.

One of the watches, a Favre Lueba, belonged to the owner’s late father and is of great sentimental value. The other two (pictured) are silver and blue sapphire Omega watches, one with the serial number 03256/10007 and the other which has 007 engraved on the back and on the strap with the serial number 01008/10007.

Officers are urging anybody who has seen these items, perhaps for sale online, to contact police.

Alternatively, if you witnessed any suspicious activity in the area around the time of the break please call 101 quoting, 45170025469.

 

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