A devastated woman has spoken out after thieves stole around £200,000 worth of cash and jewellery from her home.
The incident happened between about 1pm and 3pm last Thursday when thieves broke into her home she shares with her partner in Church Road, Westoning.
They forced entry through the back door and ransacked the couple’s bedroom stealing all jewellery they had given to each other over the last 22 years they have been together.
As well as the jewellery the heartless thieves stole cash from the family business that was waiting to be banked, as well as personal money.
This week Sarah Weyman made a desperate appeal to the public to help police find the “irreplaceable” items.
She told the Times & Citizen: “Every time I think about it I just feel sick to my stomach. It may sound like we had loads of jewellery, but they were gifts we had given to each other over the years for special occasions.
“Things like birthdays, anniversairies, when our children were born. I just feel devastated.
“I would urge anybody to think about what they saw last Thursday. If you think you saw something suspicious, but didn’t connect it at the time, please, please get in touch.”
Items stolen include:
- White gold and diamond crucifix
- Gents yellow gold crucifix
- Platinum solitaire diamond ring
- Ladies gold ring
- Platinum gents eternity ring
- White gold gents ring set with seven diamonds
- A yellow gold Cartier ladies watch
Sarah added: “I left that morning to go to work at about 11am. It’s strange because when I think back I do remember having the feeling like I was being watched. I could see a man looking at me and I got in my car he kept on staring at me, and I kept thinking ‘why is he staring at me?’ But I got in my car and drove off and just forgot about it.
“I came back at about 3pm and saw our room had just been completely trashed. The rest of the house was untouched. The jewellery is so precious to us, we just want it back.”
Anyone with information can call police on 101.