Jewellery worth £15,000 stolen from Cirencester house

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Gloucestershire Police issue picture of stolen goods
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Gloucestershire Police said the offender, or offenders, forced entry to the property on 23 May

Silverware and jewellery worth approximately £15,000 has been stolen from a house near Cirencester.

The items stolen from Poulton include gold pendants and bracelets, pearl necklaces, earrings and rings, along with items of silverware.

Officers, who have only just released details, said an amount of silverware was also taken from the property between 1145 and 1240 BST on 23 May.

Anyone offered the property for sale is asked to contact police.