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Missing jewels handed back

PUBLISHED: 10:21 24 July 2009 | UPDATED: 14:37 24 August 2010

by Robyn Rosen A WOMAN whose sentimental bracelets vanished when a high street jewellery shop shut unexpectedly, has had an item mysteriously returned. Earlier this month, the Times reported that Pat Jones, 77, who lives in Spode Wal

by Robyn Rosen

A WOMAN whose sentimental bracelets vanished when a high street jewellery shop shut unexpectedly, has had an item mysteriously returned.

Earlier this month, the Times reported that Pat Jones, 77, who lives in Spode Walk, West Hampstead, put two £100 bracelets in for repairs at the Claddagh Shop in Kilburn High Road in January.

Weeks later when she went back to claim her items, she was left staring at the shutters of a closed business.

For the full story see this week's Kilburn Times.

Robyn.rosen@archant.co.uk


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