Jewellery stolen from Magpies Nest

Jewellery stolen from The Magpies Nest, shared on The Magpies Nest Facebook page.
Jewellery stolen from The Magpies Nest, shared on The Magpies Nest Facebook page.

Three pieces of jewellery have been stolen from a Boston shop after a glass cabinet was forced open on Wednesday.

Shop owner Des Ellerby posted on the shop’s Facebook site: “The following three items of jewellery were stolen from The Magpies Nest, Boston at approx. 12.30pm on Wednesday, July 15 2015.

“If anyone is offered these items or has any information on their location I would be grateful if you could message accordingly.”

A Lincolnshire Police spokesman confirmed the incident, at the Magpies Nest, on Church Street, in Boston, was reported to them at 1.20pm, on Thursday.

They said: “The offender forced open a glass cabinet at the shop and stole three rings.

“He is described as white, mid-20s, with short dark hair, wearing a navy t-shirt, a high-vis waistcoat and white trousers. He is also described as a bit paint or plaster splattered.”

The shop owners have CCTV of the man and it is hoped they will be able to release it later.

Anyone with information is asked to call police non-emergency number 101 quoting incident number 234 of July 16.