Two wedding rings have been stolen from a home by burglars who also made off with jewellery and six bottles of beer.
The yellow gold and white gold wedding rings were stolen sometime between about 12noon on Monday, June 22 and 12noon on Friday, June 26 from a home in Tring Road.
Other jewellery was also stolen including a sapphire and diamond gold necklace, a gold bangle, a gold pendant with a blue stone, a gold watch, a silver charm bracelet, a 9ct gold sapphire and diamond earrings, a 9ct gold pearl and gold ring and earrings, a 9ct gold ring with smoky grey stone, a 18ct gold pocket watch chain, gold earrings and a signet ring.
Also stolen were €100 in euros, £30 in one pound coins and six bottles of San Miguel beer.
Burglars forced entry through the rear patio door and may have closed the curtains in the second bedroom while searching the property.
Investigating officer Detective Constable Bruce Wilson said: “Two wedding rings were among the jewellery taken in the burglary.
“I would urge anyone with information to contact police via 101 with anything that might assist our enquiries.
“We would like to hear from anyone who saw anything unusual in the area between Monday and Friday last week.
“It is possible that the items have been offered for sale so if you have been offered such items or seen them for sale then please contact police.”
Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.