03:32AM, Tuesday 18 December 2012
An E-fit image has been released by police of a man officers want to speak to in connection with a burglary in Winkfield.
The man broke into a house in Lovel Road from 4.30-10pm on Wednesday, November 7, before stealing a black suede handbag.
The bag contained £100, bank cards, and a large collection of jewellery, including an aquamarine and diamond white gold ring, a pair of gold stud emerald and six diamonds earrings.
The force said during the day of the burglary a neighbour challenged a man he saw in his back garden, close to the victim’s address.
Police describe the burglar as white, in his mid 20s, about 6ft 1ins, slim, and wearing a grey zip up top and light trousers, with short, not shaved, sandy coloured hair, a pale complexion and thin lips.
PC Ashley Todd, from Bracknell Police Station, said he wants to hear from anyone who can identify the man or who has been offered a large quantity of jewellery for sale.
Call PC Todd on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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