Do you recognise these three rings?

Police are releasing photographs of three stolen rings in a bid to re-unite them with their owner. ''At 12:30pm on Tuesday, July 12, police received a report of two youths acting suspiciously in Hadston. ''Officers arrested two teenagers aged 17 and 16 on suspicion of breaking into a house in the area. ''When the boys were searched they were found in possession of three rings.
Police are releasing photographs of three stolen rings in a bid to re-unite them with their owner. ''At 12:30pm on Tuesday, July 12, police received a report of two youths acting suspiciously in Hadston. ''Officers arrested two teenagers aged 17 and 16 on suspicion of breaking into a house in the area. ''When the boys were searched they were found in possession of three rings.

POLICE have released photographs in a bid to re-unite these three stolen rings with their owner.

It comes after an incident on Tuesday, July 12, at 12.30pm, when two youths were reported for acting suspiciously in Hadston.

Police are releasing photographs of three stolen rings in a bid to re-unite them with their owner. ''At 12:30pm on Tuesday, July 12, police received a report of two youths acting suspiciously in Hadston. ''Officers arrested two teenagers aged 17 and 16 on suspicion of breaking into a house in the area. ''When the boys were searched they were found in possession of three rings.

Police are releasing photographs of three stolen rings in a bid to re-unite them with their owner. ''At 12:30pm on Tuesday, July 12, police received a report of two youths acting suspiciously in Hadston. ''Officers arrested two teenagers aged 17 and 16 on suspicion of breaking into a house in the area. ''When the boys were searched they were found in possession of three rings.

Officers arrested two teenagers, aged 17 and 16, on suspicion of breaking into a house in the area.

When the boys were searched, they were found in possession of three rings, pictured right.

The teenagers were interviewed and have been bailed in connection with the incidents but police are appealing to the owner of the jewellery to contact them to re-claim the goods.

DC Shaun Amer, of Morpeth CID, said: “The victim of the burglary in Chevington Green told us that the rings did not belong to them and so we need to find out who these rings do belong to and return them.

Police are releasing photographs of three stolen rings in a bid to re-unite them with their owner. ''At 12:30pm on Tuesday, July 12, police received a report of two youths acting suspiciously in Hadston. ''Officers arrested two teenagers aged 17 and 16 on suspicion of breaking into a house in the area. ''When the boys were searched they were found in possession of three rings.

Police are releasing photographs of three stolen rings in a bid to re-unite them with their owner. ''At 12:30pm on Tuesday, July 12, police received a report of two youths acting suspiciously in Hadston. ''Officers arrested two teenagers aged 17 and 16 on suspicion of breaking into a house in the area. ''When the boys were searched they were found in possession of three rings.

“They may be of sentimental value to the owners and I’m sure whoever is missing them will want them back.

“If anyone recognises the rings and can prove ownership, I’d ask they contact Morpeth CID straight away so we can get the jewellery back to its rightful owner”.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Morpeth CID on 03456 043043 ext 69191.