PICTURED: Greenwich Police seek owners of jewellery 'stolen' from south east London homes

News Shopper: PICTURED: Greenwich Police seek owners of stolen jewellery from south east London homes PICTURED: Greenwich Police seek owners of stolen jewellery from south east London homes

GREENWICH Police are trying to track the owners of jewellery which might have been swiped from homes around south east London.

Items include a metal chain with a rose metal pendant, a gold ring with a small gem – believed to be a diamond – in the centre, and a white and silver beaded necklace.

News Shopper: PICTURED: Greenwich Police seek owners of stolen jewellery from south east London homes

The haul was seized by officers during a routine stop in Woolwich and anyone who recognises the stolen goods is asked to call PC Richard Jones, at Plumstead Police Station on 0208 284 7752 or email richard.m.jones@met.pnn.police.uk

News Shopper: PICTURED: Greenwich Police seek owners of stolen jewellery from south east London homes

A 17-year-old boy has been charged with handling stolen goods and will attend Bexley Magistrates’ Court in February.

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