Crime Stoppers looking for missing jewelry

Published 08/09 2013 08:40PM

Updated 08/12 2013 12:58PM

URBANA -- Crime Stoppers is offering a reward to anyone who can help University of Illinois police find stolen jewelry. The items were taken from the Roger Adams Laboratory on the UI campus in April of 2010. The owner is offering $10,000 to anyone who helps recover all of the jewelry, in addition to the $1,000 reward from Crime Stoppers.

The items are described as:

- Yellow diamond stud earrings, 18-karat gold setting, starburst cut
- Antique "retro-looking" bracelet, 22-karat gold, cobalt blue and emerald green enamel with small rubies
- Antique gold ring with red oval-shaped center stone, with images of people engraved inside; Looks like
  used to put a wax seal on something
- Single-strand white-cultured pearl necklace
- Three-stranded white-cultured pearl necklace

As always, you can remain anonymous when contacting Crime Stoppers:

Champaign County Crime Stoppers
(217) 373 - TIPS
Text: CCTip + info to CRIMES (274637)

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