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Police ask people to watch out for this stolen timepiece
12:45pm Wednesday 26th February 2014 in News
The owner of a watch which is believed to have been stolen in an overnight burglary is being traced by Brighton police.
The distinctive watch is a woman's "Louis Jordan" metallic watch with a link bracelet.
It was found when four boys were arrested in Lewes Road near the Gyratory system at 1.20am this morning on suspicion of burglary after an member of the public had phoned police to report people seen acting suspiciously near buildings.
Detective Constable Richard Valder-Davis said; "We think this watch may have been stolen in a burglary somewhere in the East Brighton area, possibly in the Lewes Road corridor late on Wednesday evening or early Thursday morning, but have not yet had any reports of such an incident.
"If you think it may be yours, please contact Sussex Police as soon as possible on 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting serial 0058 of 26/2."
Four boys, one aged 17, one aged 15, and two aged 14, are currently in custody for interview and further enquiries.