Thefts showcase

PUBLISHED: 15:54 27 May 2009 | UPDATED: 16:45 25 August 2010

JEWELLERY stolen in a string of thefts by a middle-aged burglar is to be displayed to the public.

JEWELLERY stolen in a string of thefts by a middle-aged burglar is to be displayed to the public.

Tiffany items and 18 to 22-karat gold and silver jewellery are among a stash of trinkets to be displayed at St Michael and All Angles church, in Pond Road, Blackheath, between 1 and 6pm next Saturday.

The items were all confiscated from Peter Gabriel, 45, of Brocklehurst Road, Lewisham, who burgled a number of properties in the surrounding Cator Estate area.

Gabriel was jailed for 20 months for burglaries in Blackheath.

For more information call the Blackheath and Westcombe Park Safer Neighbourhoods team on 0208 721 2635.


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