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Fresh appeal over 88-year-old woman's attack

Created on 02/09/2017 @ 07:45
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Police have appealed for the public to help them track down jewellery stolen during an horrific attack on an 88-year-old Dolfor woman in June.

Blanche Rowlands was attacked in her home on 19 June, suffering numerous serious injuries.

Despite investigations and three people being questioned and bailed over the incident, the family have raised concerns that they do not know what is happening.

Today, police said they wanted to trace jewellery stolen during the incident which has not been recovered.

Of note is the bracelet with the engraving ‘Blanche.'

Newtown Detective Sergeant, Ian Whitgreave, said: “We are still working hard on our investigation into this appalling attack on a vulnerable victim.

“We are now able to release this photograph of the jewellery that was stolen from the victims’ home. A particularly distinctive piece is a silver bracelet engraved with the name – Blanche.

“If anyone recognises this jewellery - perhaps someone has offered it to you for sale, or you have spotted it in a shop or car boot sale – we would urge you to contact us by calling 101.”
Please contact DC 167 Amy Davies with any information on 101 (Ex 51328) quoting crime reference DPP/0070/19/06/2017/01/C.

Earlier this week, Blanche's nephew, Mervyn Lloyd Jones, said the family had been left unaware of what was happening in the investigation and said they were concerned that nobody had been charged over the incident.


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