South Wales Police have issued details of a number of items of jewellery – including a pair of cufflinks made to commemorate the supersonic airliner Concorde – which were stolen from a house in Victoria Road, Penarth last month.
The burglary took place sometime between May 25th and May 27th – but police have only just issued the details of what was stolen .
- A Lord of the Rings United Cutlery Sting sword
- A Lord of the Rings United Cutlery Anduril sword of King Elessar on plaque
- A Set of three wooden handled Samurai swords
- A replica metal revolver pistol
- An Omega Speedmaster Professional Moon Watch serial no 77171098
- A 18 carat gold square men’s watch
- An antique 18 carat gold hunter pocket watch and gold chain
- Silver Concorde cufflinks with velvet pouch
- A men’s gold buckle ring from the 1940s
- A woman’s silver ring
South Wales Police sat they have already made 4 arrests in connection with this burglary and are continuing their investigation. They are appealing for anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area around the time of the burglary to come forward. Anyone who has seen any of the stolen items is asked to contact the police on 101 quoting reference 1800189650 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Meanwhile South Wales Police have also launched an initiative called “Operation Galactica” to tackle the spate of burglaries in Penarth and Dinas Powys in recent weeks.
The police say that as part of the operation “more officers will be visible on patrol in the area during key times, as well as plain-clothes officers targeting areas of concern”