Burglaries in East Belfast
Police in east Belfast are appealing for information about two burglaries that occurred over the first weekend in June.
The first happened on Friday, June 4, in the Haig Street area.
Entry to the property was forced, and a number of items were taken including a large amount of copper piping, a copper water cylinder, and, a number of radiators, the latter of which were removed from their wall brackets.
The second incident occurred between 8pm on Friday 5th and 12.30pm Sunday 6th in the Ravenhill Avenue area.
The haul included a grey HP laptop, a white USB dongle, and a large amount of antique jewellery.
The jewellery included a gold ingot necklace, 100 sets of rose gold earrings, a gold curb chain and bracelet, 10 x rose gold rings, 10 ruby rings, 100 diamond rings, two gold chain bracelets, one full sovereign gold coin ring, one dolphin-ring, three gold chains, one with the name Christopher on it, another with Mitchell and one with Karli, two pendants, one with the word Mummy and the other with the word Daughter, 10 gold toe-rings, 50 silver bracelets and two antique gold necklaces and various wrist watches along with a large sum of cash.
Anyone with information is asked to contact detectives in Musgrave Street on 0845 6008000.
Alternatively information about crime can be passed anonymously via the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555111.