Gardai seek owners of jewellery seized in raid
GARDAI are trying to trace the owners of €200,000 worth of jewellery in a bid to link the property to burglaries.
The jewellery was found when gardai in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, raided a business premises late last month. The jewellery includes watches, necklaces, earrings, bracelets and wedding rings.
The haul is believed to be linked to a series of burglaries.
A garda spokesman said: "Investigating gardai are anxious to return this property to its owner. We believe there may be a number of injured parties involved."
Photographs of the jewellery have been posted on the garda.ie website.
Gardai are now hoping people will recognise their property and contact them.
The spokesman said that if anyone recognised their jewellery, a viewing could be arranged by contacting the detective unit at Dun Laoghaire garda station on 01-6665000.