Jewellery 'worth £40,000' is stolen from Gosforth home
Jewellery worth an estimated £40,000 was stolen from a Tyneside home, Northumbria Police said.
Rings, earrings and pearls were among the items taken from a house in Gosforth, Newcastle, on Friday.
Police said the burglary happened between 21:00 BST and 22:30 on Moor Crescent.
The highest value item taken was a £5,400 gold ring. Ch Insp Sarah Pitt urged second-hand dealers to be "on their guard".