Police are appealing for information to identify a man who may be able to help them in a burglary investigation after jewellery including a wedding ring was stolen from a house in Wallasey.

At some time between 11.30am and 1.30pm on Monday, January 18, entry was forced to the rear of a house on Leyburn Road and several items of jewellery and a Sony laptop were stolen.

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Forensic, CCTV and other inquiries have been carried out.

The jewellery taken includes 13 Pandora charms on a bracelet with two stoppers and a safety chain, also attached is a yellow gold ring with a thick band, an oval sapphire and two diamonds.

A gold wedding band, gold eternity ring, square Bocchia watch, a Fossil diver's watch and Seiko diver's watch were also stolen.

Neighbourhood Inspector Stuart McIver said: "We would like to speak to the man in the images who we believe may be able to assist us in our investigation.

"The jewellery taken is both of significant sentimental and monetary value, including a wedding ring so this has been a particularly distressing incident for the victims.

"The items will be distinctive to anyone who may have been offered them in recent weeks so I would urge anyone with information on either the jewellery or the man pictured to contact police."

Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.