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Police release pictures of jewellery stolen in Craigavon burglary

Police investigating a burglary at premises in the Moyraverty Road West area of Craigavon, in which a quantity of jewellery was stolen have reissued their appeal for information.

Detective Inspector Jill Duffie said: “We are keen to locate the stolen jewellery and have provided images of the items which were taken. jewelry

“I would ask anyone with information in relation to the burglary to contact detectives in Lurgan on 101.”

Speaking on BBC Radio Ulster, owner Peter Boyle, said:  “We had a huge break-in at our shipping company Parcel Express in Craigavon.

“We had given them our Christmas stock to deliver on Friday night and unfortunately their warehouse was broken into some time between Friday and Sunday morning and all of our Christmas stock has been stolen, some £80,000 worth of Pandora Christmas stock has gone.

“Most of the products have not even been released, it’s very upsetting and it is our biggest ever loss in our 20 years of doing business.

“We are hoping the reward may lead to some information or the return of the goods, that’s what we are hoping for.

“The scale of that loss is gigantic; it’s effectively someone stealing £1million in sales, that’s what it equates to.”

If you prefer to provide information without giving your details you can contact the independent Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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