Do you recognise any of this stolen jewellery?

Echo: Do you recognise any of this stolen jewellery? Do you recognise any of this stolen jewellery?

POLICE have released these photographs of jewellery believed to have been stolen during burglaries in Essex.

The were recovered from a grey Ford Kuga car which was stolen from Hillary Mount in Billericay on February 11.

Officers believe that it was fitted with false plates and may have been used during the course of further burglaries in Essex.

The car was found abandoned in Rainham, Havering, on March 6 after a local resident became suspicious and reported to police that the registration on the tax disc was different to the number plates.

A large LCD television which was found in the car has already been identified and returned to the rightful owner in the Chelmsford.

Anyone who recognises any of the items in these photos should contact the investigating officer Pc Wayne Callaghan at Basildon CID on 101.

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3:01pm Tue 25 Mar 14

MilesBond says...

The picture is too small to make anything out properly :(
The picture is too small to make anything out properly :( MilesBond
  • Score: 8

4:00pm Tue 25 Mar 14

PoorFleet says...

I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site.

Maybe something for the site administrators to think about...
I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site. Maybe something for the site administrators to think about... PoorFleet
  • Score: 8

5:13pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Chris Flunk says...

PoorFleet wrote:
I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site.

Maybe something for the site administrators to think about...
You can right-click on the image, select view image and then use the browser's zoom function. For a low tech option, you can also zoom by moving your face nearer to the screen.
[quote][p][bold]PoorFleet[/bold] wrote: I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site. Maybe something for the site administrators to think about...[/p][/quote]You can right-click on the image, select view image and then use the browser's zoom function. For a low tech option, you can also zoom by moving your face nearer to the screen. Chris Flunk
  • Score: 6

9:50am Wed 26 Mar 14

PoorFleet says...

Chris Flunk wrote:
PoorFleet wrote:
I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site.

Maybe something for the site administrators to think about...
You can right-click on the image, select view image and then use the browser's zoom function. For a low tech option, you can also zoom by moving your face nearer to the screen.
Quickest may is to hold the Ctrl button whilst using the scroll function on your mouse.
Less clicks that way hehe.
[quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PoorFleet[/bold] wrote: I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site. Maybe something for the site administrators to think about...[/p][/quote]You can right-click on the image, select view image and then use the browser's zoom function. For a low tech option, you can also zoom by moving your face nearer to the screen.[/p][/quote]Quickest may is to hold the Ctrl button whilst using the scroll function on your mouse. Less clicks that way hehe. PoorFleet
  • Score: 6

12:16pm Wed 26 Mar 14

The Stinker Returns says...

Ford Kuga???? Ford Cougar
Ford Kuga???? Ford Cougar The Stinker Returns
  • Score: -5

1:00pm Wed 26 Mar 14

ejgorham says...

The Stinker Returns wrote:
Ford Kuga???? Ford Cougar
Ford currently manufacture the Kuga and used to import the Cougar from the USA in the 90's
[quote][p][bold]The Stinker Returns[/bold] wrote: Ford Kuga???? Ford Cougar[/p][/quote]Ford currently manufacture the Kuga and used to import the Cougar from the USA in the 90's ejgorham
  • Score: 3

1:03pm Wed 26 Mar 14

ejgorham says...

ejgorham wrote:
The Stinker Returns wrote: Ford Kuga???? Ford Cougar
Ford currently manufacture the Kuga and used to import the Cougar from the USA in the 90's
TG how is anyone supposed to identify anything from that tiny picture - you may as well just post one of your stock pics like in most articles.
[quote][p][bold]ejgorham[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Stinker Returns[/bold] wrote: Ford Kuga???? Ford Cougar[/p][/quote]Ford currently manufacture the Kuga and used to import the Cougar from the USA in the 90's[/p][/quote]TG how is anyone supposed to identify anything from that tiny picture - you may as well just post one of your stock pics like in most articles. ejgorham
  • Score: 2

4:11pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Chris Flunk says...

PoorFleet wrote:
Chris Flunk wrote:
PoorFleet wrote:
I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site.

Maybe something for the site administrators to think about...
You can right-click on the image, select view image and then use the browser's zoom function. For a low tech option, you can also zoom by moving your face nearer to the screen.
Quickest may is to hold the Ctrl button whilst using the scroll function on your mouse.
Less clicks that way hehe.
So why the need for a click to enlarge option? Also, I'm using a laptop without a mouse at the moment so that doesn't work for me.
[quote][p][bold]PoorFleet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PoorFleet[/bold] wrote: I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site. Maybe something for the site administrators to think about...[/p][/quote]You can right-click on the image, select view image and then use the browser's zoom function. For a low tech option, you can also zoom by moving your face nearer to the screen.[/p][/quote]Quickest may is to hold the Ctrl button whilst using the scroll function on your mouse. Less clicks that way hehe.[/p][/quote]So why the need for a click to enlarge option? Also, I'm using a laptop without a mouse at the moment so that doesn't work for me. Chris Flunk
  • Score: -5

4:54pm Wed 26 Mar 14

The Stinker Returns says...

ejgorham wrote:
The Stinker Returns wrote:
Ford Kuga???? Ford Cougar
Ford currently manufacture the Kuga and used to import the Cougar from the USA in the 90's
Well there you go - I never knew that
[quote][p][bold]ejgorham[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Stinker Returns[/bold] wrote: Ford Kuga???? Ford Cougar[/p][/quote]Ford currently manufacture the Kuga and used to import the Cougar from the USA in the 90's[/p][/quote]Well there you go - I never knew that The Stinker Returns
  • Score: 0

8:50pm Wed 26 Mar 14

PoorFleet says...

Chris Flunk wrote:
PoorFleet wrote:
Chris Flunk wrote:
PoorFleet wrote:
I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site.

Maybe something for the site administrators to think about...
You can right-click on the image, select view image and then use the browser's zoom function. For a low tech option, you can also zoom by moving your face nearer to the screen.
Quickest may is to hold the Ctrl button whilst using the scroll function on your mouse.
Less clicks that way hehe.
So why the need for a click to enlarge option? Also, I'm using a laptop without a mouse at the moment so that doesn't work for me.
You can use the track pad on a laptop as you do the scroller on a mouse. Normally it's to the far right of the pad. Give it a go.

Most websites have a function where it's left click, job done. No resizing the page etc etc.
[quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PoorFleet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PoorFleet[/bold] wrote: I've never understood why you can't click on images to make them larger on this site. Maybe something for the site administrators to think about...[/p][/quote]You can right-click on the image, select view image and then use the browser's zoom function. For a low tech option, you can also zoom by moving your face nearer to the screen.[/p][/quote]Quickest may is to hold the Ctrl button whilst using the scroll function on your mouse. Less clicks that way hehe.[/p][/quote]So why the need for a click to enlarge option? Also, I'm using a laptop without a mouse at the moment so that doesn't work for me.[/p][/quote]You can use the track pad on a laptop as you do the scroller on a mouse. Normally it's to the far right of the pad. Give it a go. Most websites have a function where it's left click, job done. No resizing the page etc etc. PoorFleet
  • Score: 6

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