Preston burglaries see police reveal list of items taken

Posted on - 19th January, 2016 - 8:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Preston City Centre, Preston News, Ribbleton
Two items of jewellery taken from a Preston home

Two items of jewellery taken from a Preston home

Jewellery worth more than £3000 has been taken from a home in Ribbleton.


Preston Police are appealing to trace the items which include a wedding ring.

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It’s one among a raft of items stolen in recent weeks during burglaries across the city.

A yellow gold finger ring with the initials GSR, worth £2000, and a yellow gold wedding ring with a large crystal stone, worth £1500, were taken.

PCSO Stephen Connolly said the items listed below has also been taken during various break-ins.


1 x Q mobile touch mobile – IMEI No: 353657070420328

1 x Q mobile phone – IMEI No: 353576072585666

1 x Dany Genus Tab 2 – IMEI No: 353001060459444

1 x G Five Pad 706 tablet computer – IMEI No: 868941020037657

2 x G Five WIFI mobile phones – IMEI No: 652015091605940 & 652015091606334

2 x Microsoft Linx Tablet – IMEI No: 0002541004864 & CN025AH01001033

2 x Nokia 105 mobile phones – IMEI No: 35185907577148 & 351859070837707

Any information please use in message reply or telephone 101 quoting SA1600522

Also stolen recently but not linked are;

1 x Alienware M16X (2016 model) black and silver gaming laptop – No Serial Number

1 x Alienware M14X (2014 model) black and white gaming laptop – No Serial Number

1 x Black & Red MSI GE60-2PG-843XCN laptop computer

1 x Fuji Nevada mountain bike in red & white – Frame No: WBD018L088K

1 x Samsung Galaxy s6 Edge mobile phone in blue – IMEI No: 357460062126524

1 x Samsung Galaxy S6 mobile phone – IMEI No: 354901070053898

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1 x Cannondale Cadd 8 105 gents road bike in black and grey – Frame No: JM65027

Anyone with information on any of the items is asked to call Lancashire Police on 101.

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