Appeal for owners following recovery of stolen jewellery

Cardinia Crime Investigation Unit detectives are appealing to the community in an effort to reunite victims of burglary with their stolen jewellery, Victoria Police say.

Police discovered the jewellery in a stolen vehicle they located in Wantirna.

The vehicle was stolen from an address in Murrumbeena, but none of the recovered items belong to the owner of the car.

Investigators recovered about 40 pieces of jewellery and are now attempting to reunite them with their rightful owners.

Police have released images of some of the items and are appealing for anyone, particularly in the Rowville and Murrumbeena areas, who may have had jewellery stolen to come forward.

One of the bracelets found has a solid metal charm with ‘Alissa’ engraved on the back, while another bracelet has an inscription that reads: ‘never stop wandering’.

Anyone who wishes to claim stolen property will need to provide proof of ownership.

Please contact Cardinia Crime Investigation Unit on 5945 2554.

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