£70,000 platinum diamond Cartier ring stolen from Wimbledon home

07:23 16 November 2012

White emerald cut diamond ring stolen from a house in Church Road, Wimbledon. Picture: Met Police

White emerald cut diamond ring stolen from a house in Church Road, Wimbledon. Picture: Met Police

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A diamond-encrusted Cartier watch and a platinum diamond ring are among more than £100,000 of jewellery stolen from a house in Wimbledon.

Cartier Pasha watch stolen from a house in Church Road, Wimbledon. Picture: Met PoliceCartier Pasha watch stolen from a house in Church Road, Wimbledon. Picture: Met Police

Also stolen was a wedding ring.

The watch is worth £35,000 and is among a number of items, many of them by renowned French watch and jewellery retailer Cartier, that were stolen.

A second watch was also taken.

Both have “Squirrels Wood” engraved on the back of them.

Cartier Russian wedding ring stolen from a house in Church Road, Wimbledon. Picture: Met PoliceCartier Russian wedding ring stolen from a house in Church Road, Wimbledon. Picture: Met Police

Also taken from the property in Church Road was a platinum diamond ring with two yellow diamonds, worth £70,000.

A pair of earrings with gold panthers on them and a bracelet of the same design were among the taken items.

The other items stolen include bracelets and worth up to £7,000 each.

Detective Constable Debbie Goff of Merton police said: “We need to hear from anyone with information about the burglary or the stolen jewellery, which is of major sentimental value to its owner.”

Cartier panther bracelet stolen from a house in Church Road, Wimbledon. Picture: Met PoliceCartier panther bracelet stolen from a house in Church Road, Wimbledon. Picture: Met Police

The burglary took place between 7.30am and 10pm on Monday, October 8.

Anyone with information call Merton officers on 020 8649 3118 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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