Jewelry Stolen From Home (Again) on Warren Blvd.
A resident on Warren Blvd. in Broomall reported jewelry stolen from their home–the second time in a week.
BROOMALL–On Feb. 1 at approximately 1:10 p.m., Marple police responded to the 400 block of Warren Blvd. for a reported theft from a home. According to the report, this is the second time a theft from the home was reported.
According to the report, one of the residents reported that at least four jewelry pieces were stolen from her bedroom. On Jan. 27, the resident’s mother reported a large amount of her jewelry missing from the master bedroom area of the home.
According to the report, the only person who did not have jewelry missing is the resident’s sister. The following pieces of jewelry have been missing: white gold heart necklace; gold 22-inch chain necklace with a gold heart and a small pink rose embedded in the heart; gold class ring with a center pink topaz gem holding three diamond chips on each side of the gem; an inscribed Marple Newtown High School Tigers ring; and a gold ring with turquoise gem in the shape of a heart with diamond chips.
The total value of items stolen on Jan. 27 is approximately over $4,000.