POLICE investigating a burglary in Swindon in which high value jewellery was stolen have released a CCTV image of a person they want to speak to.

The incident happened on Tuesday October 24 last year in the South Staffordshire village of Swindon.

Two people wearing high-visibility clothing entered a property near High Street at around 10pm, smashing a window to get inside.

A number of jewellery pieces were stolen in the raid.

Police say the incident is still being investigated and they have released a list of item taken:

• A platinum hearts and arrow charm with pink sapphires and diamonds on a platinum chain

• An infinity pendant in platinum with diamonds

• A sterling silver bracelet

• A sterling silver bone cuff

• An 18-carat white gold open bangle

• An 18-carat white gold necklace

• An 18-carat rose gold ring

• A silver watch

• An aluminium watch.

A spokesperson for Staffordshire Police said: “We have been speaking to people in the area, carrying out house-to-house enquires and looking over CCTV footage from the area at the time.

“We are now able to share an image of someone we want to speak to.”

Anyone who recognises the person in the picture or has any CCTV or doorbell footage that could help the police investigation is asked to contact officers by calling 101, quoting incident 112 of October 25, or use the Live Chat messaging service on the force website.

Alternatively, people can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.