Jewels Recovered After Acton Robbery Arrest

Police appeal to trace owners of property


Jewellery Bag

Distinctive mark on jewellery bag

Jewellery Recovered

Recovered jewellery - do you recognise it?

Recovered ring

Recovered ring - close-up

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Ealing Borough Police have recovered a number of items of jewellery and are appealing for members of the public to come forward if they recognise the items as once belonging to them.

Police believe the jewellery may have been stolen and would like to trace the original owners.

The jewellery was recovered from an address in Kilburn.

Officers from Ealing Borough searched the address following the arrest of a man for attempted burglary in Cumberland Road, W3 on the 18th January.

A 46yr old man from Kilburn lane, W10 was charged with the attempted burglary of a flat on Cumberland Road, W3 and appeared at Ealing Magistrates court on 19th January.

He was given conditional bail to reappear at Ealing Magistrates in February 08.

If you recognise any items of the jewellery please contact Detective Constable Robert Learney, Ealing Borough CID on 020 8721 7045 quoting Crime Reference 2501809/08 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800-555-111

Proof of ownership will be required.

Police encourage residents to photograph and properly mark any valuable property in your home or garden. Equally please register those valuable items including any new Christmas presents on


February 4, 2008