Police say they're investigating a Logan Road woman's complaint that six pieces of jewelry worth more than $17,000 have been stolen from her home, police said.
The 51-year-old homeowner told police she noticed that different pieces of jewelry started going missing from her home on about April 8, according to Sgt. Carol Ogrinc.
The home is currently under construction, Ogrinc said.
According to police, the missing items, which the owner last saw Easter Sunday, include: a ladies gold charm bracelet worth approximately $8,500; a ladies gold mesh style bracelet with floral accents worth approximately $1,800; another ladies gold mesh style bracelet worth approximately $1,700; a gold necklace with 35 gold diamond shaped drops worth approximately $2,400.
Ogrinc said the homeowner also reported one item last seen on April 25—a ladies gold domed mesh style bracelet worth approximately $1,550—and a ladies gold bangle bracelet worth $1,600 last seen on May 1.
Police also received a complaint from a 66-year-old female resident of the Schoolhouse Apartments on South Avenue at 10:20 a.m. on May that a roll of black mesh weed killer worth about $10 had been stolen. The roll is said to have gone missing some time between 12 p.m. May and 10 a.m. May 5, Ogrinc said.
[Editor's Note: Arrest and investigation information is supplied by the New Canaan police department. It does not indicate convictions.]