Police appeal to find army service medal stolen in Kingsbury burglary
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Police are appealing for information in their hunt to find an army service medal which was stolen in a burglary in Kingsbury.
The George VI Type 1 General Service Medal was given to the burglary victim’s father in recognition of his army service in Palestine in the 1930s.
The heirloom and other possessions were stolen during the break-in which took place between October 18 - 22.
Investigating officer, Detective Constable Louise Moore, said: “I am appealing to people who may have been offered the medal, or have seen a medal like this recently, to contact me.
“It has priceless sentimental value to the owner who is desperate for its return.”
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Anyone with information about the burglary or the medal is urged to contact police on 101 quoting reference 1924835/15 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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