Thames Valley Police has released an e-fit image of a man who carried out a burglary in Bradwell Common.
The incident took place in Eelbrook Avenue between June 28 and June 30.
Offender/s entered the rear garden of a property and gained entry to the conservatory by an insecure window.
They then used a large stone from the garden to smash the interior conservatory door in order to gain entry to the house, carrying out a search of the property’s bedrooms and stole a number of valuable items.
Items taken include:
An 18ct rose gold medallion and chain worth £500
A silver bracelet worth £100
Diamond stud earrings worth £350
A 6mm sapphire pendant on a white gold chain worth £1,350
A black Cook Island pearl with a gold chain worth £1,000
A pair of gold, sapphire and diamond earrings worth £300
A pair of gold and opal earrings worth £50
A rose gold watch chain worth £1,475
A rose gold watch chain necklace worth £500
A gold charm bracelet and 20 charms worth £2,000
A gold brooch worth £800
An Acer laptop worth £630
Investigating officer PC Christopher Smart said: “If anyone recognised the man in the e-fit or has any information as to his whereabouts please get in touch with the police.
“If anyone is offered anything matching the description of the stolen items, I would also ask them to call the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number on 101.”