BURGLARS stole jewellery worth £20,000 after breaking into a business park in Westmead.

The criminals broke several windows to get inside Basepoint Business Centre on Rivermead Drive and neighbouring businesses between 10.50pm on January 8 and 1am on January 9.

During the night, they stole a safe and a large amount of jewellery while looting several businesses.

Their haul included a nine carat white gold v-shaped ring set with diamonds, a platinum sapphire and diamond ring with x-details, and a platinum cluster ring with an oval emerald surrounded by diamonds.

Wiltshire Police are appealing for information about the incident and carrying out enquiries to identify those responsible for this high-value burglary.

Anyone who saw any suspicious behaviour or vehicles in the Rivermead Drive area overnight on January 8 should call 101 as soon as possible.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.