If you spot your bling, give the police a ring!

Herts Constabulary is appealing for the public's help to return stolen jewellery to its rightful owners.

Herts Constabulary is appealing for the public's help to return stolen jewellery to its rightful owners.

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PICTURES of items of jewellery that were recovered by police when they arrested crooks have been released in a bid to get the items back to their rightful owners.

The haul was discovered by officers when they carried out a search of a car on Monday.

Herts Constabulary is appealing for the public's help to return stolen jewellery to its rightful owners.

Herts Constabulary is appealing for the public's help to return stolen jewellery to its rightful owners.

Det Sgt Kerry Bull, from the specialist investigation team, said: “We are very keen to return these items to their rightful owner or owners.

“These items are very distinctive, and whoever owns them will have missed them.

“If you believe these items may be yours, please contact us on 101.”

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Herts Constabulary is appealing for the public's help to return stolen jewellery to its rightful owners.

Herts Constabulary is appealing for the public's help to return stolen jewellery to its rightful owners.

Herts Constabulary is appealing for the public's help to return stolen jewellery to its rightful owners.

Herts Constabulary is appealing for the public's help to return stolen jewellery to its rightful owners.