Antique silverware stolen during Sutton Green break-in

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Police said the total collection of silverware was worth £25,000

A collection of antique silverware worth more than £25,000 has been stolen from a house in Sutton Green.

Surrey Police said a burglar broke into the property and took dozens of items of "personal and monetary value".

Among the pieces stolen were a silver tea service worth more than £3,000 and three pairs of Victorian candlestick holders worth £5,000.

The intruder also took a Victorian oil lamp and military sword, both worth about £2,000.

Detectives have appealed for information on the burglary, which happened on 8 August.

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