Wiltshire

Rolex watches stolen in Salisbury burglary

Two Rolex watches believed to be worth about £10,000 in total have been stolen from a property in Salisbury.

A Wiltshire Police spokesman said the theft happened in the Bishopdown Farm area last week, when the owners were on holiday.

The thieves took a safe containing the watches - a gold Lady Datejust worth £6-7,000 and a silver Oyster Perpetual Date worth £3-4,000.

An iPod, pendant and identification documents were also stolen.

The spokesman said the theft happened between Tuesday and Wednesday last week.

He asked anyone who has been offered them or saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area to contact the force.

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