Greenwich Police are appealing for information after a Sidcup burglary where items including two diamond rings and an iPad were swiped.
It comes after thieves forced the back door of an address in Radfield Way during the burglary on June 19.
Two images have been released of the diamond rings, one of which has a distinctive flower design.
Detective Constable Ian Waller, from Greenwich’s burglary squad, said: “We are keen to speak with anyone who saw anything suspicious or anyone who may have come across the jewellery in the images."
Anyone with information should call DC Waller on 020 8284 9573 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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