Police hunt for rings stolen from Buderim home

Supplied: QPS

SUNSHINE Coast detectives are seeking public assistance to find several items of jewellery believed to have been stolen from a house in Buderim in October.

Investigations indicate that between October 7 and October 13, three rings were removed from the kitchen area of a house on Panorama Ridge Road.

The first ring (pictured) is white gold, featuring a large ruby in the centre, several other smaller rubies and white diamonds.

The second ring (also pictured) is white gold, with a marquise cut diamond in the centre and several square cut diamonds beside.

The third ring (picture unavailable) is a white gold wedding band a number of diamonds set horizontally.

If anyone has any information which could assist in locating the three rings, they are urged to contact Crime Stoppers.

Topics:  buderim jewellery police

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Growing confidence in youth workers

Dovetail psychologist Cassie Davis will be facilitating 'young people and drugs' workshops for youth and social workers in the South Burnett.

Our youth workers will receive practical training.

Should you really be going to emergency?

The Kingaroy Hospital emergency room.

Government asks people to think before going to emergency.

South Burnett the ideal place to 'get a foot in the door'

FIRST HOME BUYERS: Phil and Rebecca Cooke.

"It's an affordable way to buy your first or second house.”

Local Partners