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POLICE who arrested an escaped convict in Coventry are trying to trace the owners of jewellery they recovered.

The convicted housebreaker, who is from the city, absconded from the minimum security Leyhill Prison in Gloucester on April 7.

He was serving a burglary sentence.

When he was arrested in Chapelfields, Coventry, nine days later, the jewellery was discovered.

Det Con Rob Farr, of Little Park Street CID, said officers had so far been unable to locate the owners of the distinctive jewellery.

"There is a bracelet with charms on, and three rings," he said. "They are quite identifiable. Our inquiries haven't revealed where they come from."

He urged anyone who recognised the jewellery to phone him at Little Park Street CID on 0845 113 5000.

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Apr 30, 2004
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