Appeal after jewellery and medal stolen from Broadstairs property

Kent Police (Image Thanet Police)

Witnesses are being sought after sentimental jewellery and a medal were stolen from a property in Broadstairs.

It was reported that between 4.20pm and 7.25pm on Thursday 13 October, a property in Salisbury Avenue was burgled and a door damaged.

A London Fire Brigade long service medal was taken, as well as jewellery of sentimental value to the victim.

The jewellery includes:

  • A gold wedding ring, uniquely shaped to fit other rings into it.
  • A plain yellow gold band eternity ring with nine diamonds placed across the top.
  • An engagement ring described as having a single diamond on a yellow gold band.
  • A yellow gold engagement ring with a blue sapphire in the middle and circle diamonds either side.
  • A matching set of a yellow gold rope necklace, bracelet and earrings in a long display box.
  • An engagement ring with a yellow band and a single diamond stone.
  • A men’s onyx gold ring.
  • A crystal heart necklace.
  • A yellow gold charm bracelet with charms on it.
  • A yellow gold bracelet with a noughts and crosses style design.

Anyone who has information about the burglary or has seen the missing items should call Kent Police on 01843 222289 quoting 46/198188/22.

You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or complete the online form here:


  1. i doubt if anything will be done about it – you are given a crime number for your insurance claim, and thats the last you hear about it , and if the thieving scum are caught they will probably walk to continue thier profession

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