The police are appealing for information after several items of jewellery worth about £2,000 was stolen from a pensioner’s house in Fairway, Bearsden.
The jewellery, which included wedding rings, were snatched from the home of an 89-year-old woman some time between July 16 and 18.
Police Constable Alison Lang from Kirkintilloch Police Office, said; “There was no sign of forced entry so it appears to have been a sneak-in opportunist theft.
“Various items of jewellery remains unaccounted for including wedding rings which had a high sentimental value to the owner.
“If you saw anything or anyone acting suspiciously at or near this address in this area we’d be keen to hear from you.
“We have carried out door to door enquiries but we really need more people to come forward with new information.”
The police have issued descriptions of some of the unique items which have gone missing, they include:
A gold mounted Cameo brooch with the initials EIR and APA inscribed on the back, an ochre coloured necklace made of wood, three coloured intertwined necklace (rose/ rose gold/ silver) with pearlescent stones, a gents single illusion cut 18ct gold ring.
There were also various wedding rings, watches and gold chain necklaces of no great distinction but of sentimental value to the owner.
Please call the non-emergency police number on 101 if you have any information or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you’d like to remain anonymous.