Rare watch and TV taken in Barnsley burglary


Latest news in Yorkshire: Published March 18, 2019 01:05:41 PM

Officers are appealing for information after a rare watch and Samsung TV
were stolen from a property in Barnsley.

The items were reportedly stolen in a burglary at a property on Park
Grove on Tuesday 29 January.

The make of the watch is Grupo Grammer. It is described as having a
similar strap to the one in the photo and is brown. The buckle is also
similar to that in the photo. The watch face is green and has roman
numerals at 12, 3, 6 and 9.

The Samsung TV is 46 inches, black, on a flat glass stand. The remote
control was also taken.

If you have any information, please contact 101 quoting crime reference
number 14/24444/19.


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