POLICE are hoping that photos of two stolen earrings will help solve a Ferring burglary.
9 and 11Some time between February 9 and 11 a house in Corner Garth, Ferring, was broken into while the occupant was away on holiday.
Some items of personal jewellery valued at several hundred pounds were taken.
The haul included two distinctive earrings. One is an 18ct gold single oval hooped earring between the size of a 1p and a 10p piece. It is largely yellow gold although a small section is of green enamel and blue enamel.
The other one is a similar 9ct earring in the size of a 2p piece. The gold is separated into three sections from one side of the clasp to the other.
PC Natalie English said; “We think the stolen jewellery would have been taken to a jewellers in exchange for cash. If anyone has seen these earrings or been offered them we would be interested to hear about it. You can call us via 101 quoting serial 0749 of 11/02.”