Detectives are urging witnesses to come forward after two houses were burgled in Nantwich.
etween 2pm and 3pm on Thursday 15 November adjoining properties on Broad Lane in Stapeley were broken into and a quantity of jewellery was stolen.
No-one was in the houses when they were burgled.
Enquiries into the burglaries are ongoing and detectives are appealing for anyone who witnessed anyone entering or exiting the houses or anything suspicious in the area to get in touch.
They are also keen to hear from anyone who believes they may have dashcam footage of the offenders.
Detective Constable Marshall-Bowater said: “Burglary is a serious offence in which people are targeted in their own home, which is the place you should be able to feel most safe.
“In this instance the offenders targeted adjoining homes on a main road into Nantwich from the Audlem area.
“The jewellery that was stolen had great sentimental value to its owner and having it stolen from her house has left her extremely upset.
“We are determined to catch the offenders and make them face the consequences of their actions and I urge anyone who was walking or driving along the A529 between 2pm and 3pm on Thursday 15 November that thinks they may have witnessed something relevant to our ongoing investigation to come forward.