Thames Valley Police has released three images in connection with a distraction burglary in which an elderly couple had an engagement ring stolen in Slough.
The incident happened in Minster Way at about 3 pm on Monday 20 May.
A dark grey Volvo V40 occupied by five men was parked in Minster Way.
Three of the men exited the vehicle and entered the property of a couple, both aged 73.
The men said they could help to fix the couple’s windows, before stealing cash and three rings, including an engagement ring.
Investigating officer, Detective Constable Isabelle Harvey said:
“This is a shocking offence during which the elderly couple have had an engagement ring stolen.
“We need to identify these men as soon as possible, as we believe they may have vital information about this distraction burglary.
“If you are the men or know who they are, please contact police by calling 101 or visiting our website quoting investigation reference number 43190151525.
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