More than $280K in jewellery stolen from home during break-in

More than $280,000 in jewellery has been stolen from a home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

Yesterday afternoon, Sunday 13 December, police were contacted by the occupants of a property on Brighton Boulevarde, North Bondi, who had returned home from a night away to find their house had been broken into.

Jewellery and high-end wrist watches, with an estimated value in excess of $280,000, were stolen during the break-in.


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Initial inquiries suggest the robbery occurred at some point between 5.30pm on Saturday 12 December and 2.30pm on Sunday.

An examination of the property revealed that the persons responsible for the break-in gained entry by using an unknown object to prise open the front door of the home.

Officers from the Eastern Suburbs Local Area Command are investigating the matter and are hoping to hear from members of the public who may have information that could assist police inquiries.

 

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