GARDAI have issued a public appeal to find the owners of a large haul of jewellery recovered in a raid in Dublin.
Rings, watches, diamonds and necklaces worth an estimated €160,000 were found hidden in a property in west Dublin.
The suspected stolen jewels “are most likely of immense personal sentiment to their owners”, gardaí say, as they seek to reunite people with their property.
Divisional Crime Task Force searches also recovered a significant volume of precious stones, removed from original Jewellery items.
Images of the jewellery can be viewed on Garda.ie: https://garda.ie/en/about-us/our-departments/office-of-corporate-communications/news-media/jewellery.pdf
Members of the public seeking further information are advised to contact Crumlin Garda Station 01-6666200. Their contact details will be taken, quoting the reference number(s) to item of jewellery, and a member of the investigation team will return contact with them.