E-fit released after Ronkswood burglary

By Tim Clarke 17/04 Updated: 17/04 15:39

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DETECTIVES in Worcester have released this E-fit of a man they want to speak to in connection with a burglary in Ronkswood.

Various items of jewellery were taken in the burglary which happened on Monday, March 19 between 5pm and 5.15pm when a house on Ronkswood Crescent was broken into via a rear patio door.

The stolen items included a gold DKNY watch, silver locket, Pandora bracelet with four charms and an 18 carat gold sapphire and diamond ring.

Detective Constable Pete Ryland from Worcester CID said: "This E-fit is of a man seen in the vicinity of the house on the day the burglary was committed. He is described as being aged 24 to 25, of a slim build, 5ft 8 ins tall and is thought to have a turned in tooth on the right hand side of his mouth.

"If you recognise this image as yourself please contact police so that we can eliminate you from our enquiries."

Anyone who thinks they know the man in the E-fit should call DC Ryland on 0300 333 3000 or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

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