$20,000 of jewelry stolen from a vehicle: police (6 photos)


Police are turning to the public for help after $20,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from a vehicle.

Between about 5:30 p.m. Feb. 27 and 8:30 a.m. Feb. 28, several boxes containing jewelry were taken from a vehicle parked on Seventh Avenue, Timmins police said.

Illustrated stolen items include:

  • Three-piece gold set (“Turkish bond” according to the appraisal document).
  • Hanging earrings, bracelet and necklace.
  • Eight charms — three boys’ heads with birthdates on the back, Hawaiian charm with red stone, RN charm, circular “21” charm with four red stones, Christmas wreath with red stone, flower basket with multicolored stones and white pearls.
  • A serpentine necklace in white and yellow gold with a length of 18 to 20 inches.
  • A pair of ruby ​​and square cut diamond European clasp earrings in yellow gold.

Other items that the Complainant remembers, but does not have photos of, are:

  • Two Pandora bracelets with 10-12 charms per bracelet. The silver bracelet has multicolored charms and stones, pendants, many travel items.
  • A silver Pandora necklace with three or four charms including a family tree and a cat’s paw.
  • A pair of gold nugget shaped earrings.
  • A pair of golden Italian “seashell” stud earrings.
  • A single strand pearl necklace 20 to 22 inches in length.
  • A pair of pearl stud earrings with 10k gold posts.
  • A triple row of pearls with sterling silver link.
  • A birchbark box with a sterling silver and pearl brooch with matching earrings.
  • A set of earrings and a necklace in sterling silver with a brown colored stone.
  • A fancy bracelet in pearls and gold metal.
  • A gold metal pocket watch with chain.
  • Men’s shark tooth neck chain with brown and white stones.
  • An antique gold filigree butterfly brooch.
  • An 18 inch silver chain with an eternity symbol and a cat’s paw.

Anyone with relevant information should call Timmins Police at 705-264-1201. To remain anonymous, tips can be submitted through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or p3tips.com.


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