World War One medals stolen from Skegness home

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Police are investigating a burglary that took place at a property in Skegness on New Year’s Eve, which saw thieves steal medals from World War One.

The burglary took place between 4pm and 7pm on December 31 on Briar Way.

A number of items were stolen in the burglary, including:

  • 1x Horlicks war tin in white paper containing WWI medals inscribed KOLI (Kings Own Light Infantry) – F stone 44497
  • Barley Mow, Scotch Wool and Boots voucher vouchers
  • 1x yellow metal bracelet with red roses on it
  • 1x yellow metal necklace link chain
  • 3 x sets of yellow gold earrings
  • 1x 18ct yellow gold ring
  • 1x 18 carat yellow metal ring with a white and red pattern
  • 1x yellow metal flower ring with a green stone
  • 1x yellow metal Celtic cross and chain
  • 1x brown purse containing £80 in cash
  • 1x blue purse containing £40 in cash and Post Office card
  • 1x yellow metal hollow 14th century necklace and matching bracelet
  • 1x pot piggy bank – white and blue markings containing £2 coins – approximately £280

Anyone with information is asked to contact DC Calley Murray in Skegness CID by calling 101, quoting incident number 346 of December 31.

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