In the early hours of 18 April 2014, a masked burglar used a yellow pick-axe to smash a window and steal more than £300,000 worth of jewellery from N.St.J.Paint & Sons in The Pollet, St Peter Port.
Do you know who is responsible? Have you seen diamond rings and/or necklaces for sale recently and you suspect that these are stolen goods?
Information about Guernsey jewellry theft
If you have any information about this jewellry theft, call us anonymously on 0800 555 111 or give information online using our Anonymous Online Form.
We are a registered charity and independent from the Police and the States of Guernsey. All calls and online forms submitted are completely anonymous:
- Encrypted telephone lines are used to preserve anonymity protecting the caller's identity.
- You will not be asked for your name or any personal details.
- Calls are answered in the UK with information passed to the Police.
- After our call agents have removed any details which may allow the person giving information to be identified, this report will be sent to the relevant police force.
Reward for information on jewellry theft
We are offering a reward up to £1000 for information that directly leads to the arrest and charge of those responsible for this burglary. Find out more about how rewards work.