Police probe after 'substantial' jewels haul from burglary
POLICE are appealing for help after burglars made off with a "substantial" haul of jewellery from a Swansea house.
More than two dozen rings and bracelets were taken in the raid.
The haul included a one carat diamond.
Among the other items stolen were a ruby and diamond 18 carat gold ring, a platinum wedding ring, a bracelet with Swarovski crystal drops, and a white opal 18 carat gold ring with a diamond surround.
South Wales Police detectives are now urging anyone with information to come forward.
The jewellery was taken from a house in Rhianfa Gardens, Mount Pleasant, sometime between 6pm on Friday and 2.30pm on Sunday.
Officers are urging anyone with information about the break-in — or anyone who is offered the items for sale — to come forward.
A spokesman for South Wales Police said: "Detectives in Swansea are appealing for information following a dwelling burglary at a house in Rhianfa Gardens which is located in the Mount Pleasant area of the city.
"Thieves gained entry to the property via an insecure ground floor window removed a substantial quantity of jewellery.
"Anyone with information should contact Swansea Central CID."
Can you help? Call South Wales Police's Swansea CID unit on 01792 450618, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111