An appeal has been launched after police recovered jewellery stolen during a spate of burglaries.
Suffolk Police are hoping to reunite the goods with their rightful owners after they were stolen from addresses in Sudbury.
The pieces of jewellery were seized by police on September 23 following the arrest of three people in connection with burglary offences.
Despite inquires, police have been unable to identify the owners and are hoping the appeal will help to find who the jewellery belongs to.
The jewellery is gold and includes a heart-shaped necklace embedded with a real amethyst, an engraved jewellery box and a selection of rings and bracelets studded with clear jewels.
If you believe you may be able to help identify the owners of any of the items of jewellery, call Pc Lesley Brown at the priority crime team at Bury St Edmunds on 101.