AN appeal has been launched by Cheshire Police to reunite a quantity of jewellery with its rightful owners in Warrington.

A range of necklaces were found in the possession of a man who was arrested by police on Friday morning, May 6, following a burglary at an address on Greenwood Crescent in Orford.

The 29-year-old was arrested on suspicion of burglary and stalking has since been charged.

Shehu Balogun, of no fixed address, appeared at Crewe Magistrates’ Court on Saturday, and he is due to appear at Liverpool Crown Court next month.

Warrington Guardian: Some of the jewellery items recoveredSome of the jewellery items recovered

Officers are encouraging the community to share photographs of the jewellery and to get in touch if they believe it could belong to them.

PC Neil Mooney, of Warrington local policing unit, said: “We are issuing these photos to see if any of the jewellery we have can be identified by the local community, as we would like to reunite them with their rightful owners.”

If you believe this is your jewellery, contact Cheshire Police online via quoting IML 1261948 or call 101.