Authorities in Huddersfield are urging residents for any leads following a burglary over the weekend.

The break-in occurred between 12 noon and 8:45 pm on Saturday, 16 March, at a residence situated on Bankfield Park Avenue.

The perpetrators smashed a bathroom window to gain entry into the property.

Of significant concern is the theft of a cylinder-shaped jewellery box, which contained several valuable items:

  • A gold charm bracelet, adorned with a small gold square featuring a glass front.
  • Various pieces of costume jewellery, including brooches and earrings.
  • A Ten Shilling note.

Additionally, a black Karrimor backpack with a red trim and a distinctive Manchester bee keyring attached to it were also reported missing from the scene.

Authorities are urging anyone who may have witnessed suspicious activity in the vicinity or possesses any pertinent information regarding this incident to promptly contact the police. Individuals can reach out via 101 or utilise the LiveChat feature available on the West Yorkshire Police website, quoting crime reference number 13240145784.

Furthermore, those wishing to provide information anonymously can do so by contacting the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

The police are counting on the cooperation of the public to assist in their investigation into this distressing incident.