£13k watch stolen from Newton Mearns jeweller

CCTV footage of two persons of interest to police enquiry
CCTV footage of two persons of interest to police enquiry

Police Scotland Officers are continuing enquiries and appealing for information after a high-value watch was stolen from a jewellers in Newton Mearns on Friday, July 17.

Around 1210 hours on Friday 17 July 2015, a Chopard watch was stolen from a display case in a jewellers shop in Ayr Road, Newton Mearns, Glasgow. The watch is a rose gold Chopard LUC XP watch valued at over thirteen thousand pounds.

Officers wish to trace a couple who were in the store who may have information that will assist the police investigation.

The woman is described as white, 5ft 4” in height with a sallow complexion and dyed red hair. She was wearing a bright blue t-shirt, grey denims and white Converse trainers.

The man is described as white, 5ft 7” in height with a sallow complexion and dark brown hair. He was wearing dark-coloured trousers, and dark blue denim jacket and white Converse trainers.

Detective Constable Andrea Templeton from Giffnock Police Office is appealing for the man and woman to come forward to police, and anyone with information that will assist her investigation to contact Police Scotland on 101.