Police charge two men following burglary at Hugh Rice jewellers

Burgled: LUXE by Hugh Rice jewellers in Beverley was targeted in the early hours of Monday the 6th November

Detectives investigating a burglary at Hugh Rice jewellers on Saturday Market Place in Beverley on Monday 6 November arrested two men following the incident.

Enquiries commenced when the store was broken into around 4am on Monday 6th November and a large amount of stock including Pandora charms & jewellery, Nomination charms & jewellery, Thomas Sabo charms & jewellery, Olivia Burton ladies watches and Michael Kors ladies & gents’ watches and jewellery.

The two men aged 37 and 39 have now been charged as part of the ongoing investigation.

Ian Billany (39) and Lee Rose (37) both of Morpeth Street, Hull appeared at Hull Magistrates Court this morning and each were charged with burglary.

Both were remanded to prison and are due to appear next at Hull Crown Court on Friday 8 December.

As enquiries continue police are making a further appeal to identify this man believed to be involved in the burglary as seen in the attached CCTV.

If you know who this is please get in touch.

Detectives are also repeating their appeal for anyone with information or anyone who has been offered items believed to be stolen in the burglary to contact us by calling 101 and quoting log 56 06/11/17.

Police are making a further appeal to identify this man believed to be involved in the burglary as seen in the attached CCTV

You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 they pay cash rewards of up to £1,000 if the information you give leads to a positive result, i.e.: One or more people being arrested and charged or is of significant use to law enforcement agencies.

Handling stolen goods is a crime. Knowingly buying stolen goods is an offence. If you know anyone who is buying or selling stolen goods, call Police on 101.

Onlookers Driffield

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