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Theft of jewellery - Inverness

Issued: 6 Sep 2010

Between Tuesday 31 August 2010 and midday on Friday 3 September 2010 a tray of approximately 80-90 rings was removed from Uppercut in the Victorian Market, Inverness City Centre.

The total value of these rings is approximately £2,500.

The rings are described as being all silver with gem stones consisting of Amber, Celtic, Amethyst, Mother of Pearl and Claddah. All will have a silver price label on.

Any person with information that may help in tracing these rings or those responsible should contact Police in Inverness on 01463 715555 or call Crimestoppers 24-7 on 0800 555 111.

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