A number of items have been stolen following a burglary of a society building near Derby City Centre. The burglary saw three mayoral-style chains stolen, along with a selection of bank cards.
The incident took place at the Derby Oddfellows Society building in Charnwood Street, between 4pm on 18 March and 2am on 21 March.
The mayoral style chains all feature the Oddfellows emblem on a medallion. Each of the chains also has an inscription, making them easier to identify.
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A spokesperson for Derbyshire Police said: “Three Mayoral-style chains have been stolen during a burglary at the Derby Oddfellows society building. The incident, which occurred between 4pm on 18 March and 2am on 21 March, saw three chains stolen, as well as bank cards, from the property in Charnwood Street, Derby.
“The distinctive chains all have the Oddfellows emblem on a medallion. On each of the chains above each of the emblems is a medallion that reads – Prov CS, Prov DGM and IPPGM.
“The chain with the Prov CS medallion also has at least three brass shields on the collar of the chain – these read – Sis L Killa, Sis C Shelton, and Bro WD Millitt. Officers are keen to speak to anyone who was in the area between the times mentioned, in particular anyone who was in the area between 6pm and 8pm on Sunday 20 March.
“Anyone with any information is asked to contact Derbyshire police using any of the below methods, including reference 22*162490: