Rare watches, Masonic ring and other jewellery stolen in burglary

HAVE you seen any of these watches? They are among a haul of unique items stolen from a Westcliff home in a burglary.

They were taken from Winsford Gardens, Westcliff, sometime between 8am and 7.45pm on January 23 after a rear door was forced open.

A large quantity of jewellery was stolen including a number of distinctive items including: - Men's gold Masonic ring (centre swivels with Masonic emblem on one side and initials DW on other side).

-US Silver dollar from around 1921 mounted in silver setting on a long heavy silver chain.

-Zenith Defy moon dial blue faced watch with brown strap (serial no 19 2000 393).

Echo:

-Emporio Armani Super slim men's brown leather strap watch.

Echo:

-Nixon 'The Private' SS Grey watch with blue numbers.

Echo:

-Philip Stein Teslar Dual Time watch (watch number 255001390).

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-Citizen Eco-Drive Chronograph.

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-Around 2,000 Singapore dollars in unused 100 or 50SGD notes.

-Gold Waltham Pocket Watch.

Echo:

Dc Andy Copley said: "I am keen to speak with anybody who is aware of other people having these items.

“A large amount of property was stolen which I would be delighted in returning to the victim. “People are reminded that if they don’t want to give their names and directly getting involved with reporting offenders of crime, that they could contact Crimestoppers anonymously.”

Anyone with information should contact Dc Copley on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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5:31pm Sun 9 Feb 14

Karl S Zimmerman says...

It makes a change to read a report that contains some useful facts (in this case some decent pics too). Well done to all concerned.
It makes a change to read a report that contains some useful facts (in this case some decent pics too). Well done to all concerned. Karl S Zimmerman

6:47pm Sun 9 Feb 14

runwellian says...

Good to see that the owner photographed his property, now he need to send the pictures to all likely locations where it may be sold and to put them on Facebook, make it hard fro the thieves to sell on property!

Advice to everyone, don't make a habit of keeping valuables in obvious places like the jewellery box on your dressing table, under the bed or in a wardrobe, thieves know where to look so choose the most ridiculous place you can think of!
Good to see that the owner photographed his property, now he need to send the pictures to all likely locations where it may be sold and to put them on Facebook, make it hard fro the thieves to sell on property! Advice to everyone, don't make a habit of keeping valuables in obvious places like the jewellery box on your dressing table, under the bed or in a wardrobe, thieves know where to look so choose the most ridiculous place you can think of! runwellian

8:00am Mon 10 Feb 14

Criminal & Proud says...

runwellian wrote:
Good to see that the owner photographed his property, now he need to send the pictures to all likely locations where it may be sold and to put them on Facebook, make it hard fro the thieves to sell on property!

Advice to everyone, don't make a habit of keeping valuables in obvious places like the jewellery box on your dressing table, under the bed or in a wardrobe, thieves know where to look so choose the most ridiculous place you can think of!
In the oven. But just remember to take them out when you are cooking your chicken kievs.
[quote][p][bold]runwellian[/bold] wrote: Good to see that the owner photographed his property, now he need to send the pictures to all likely locations where it may be sold and to put them on Facebook, make it hard fro the thieves to sell on property! Advice to everyone, don't make a habit of keeping valuables in obvious places like the jewellery box on your dressing table, under the bed or in a wardrobe, thieves know where to look so choose the most ridiculous place you can think of![/p][/quote]In the oven. But just remember to take them out when you are cooking your chicken kievs. Criminal & Proud

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