DARIEN, Conn. -- Jewelry was reported stolen from a home on Fairmead Road in Darien last week, police said.
The owner reported that the jewelry is believed to have been stolen in April, and she discovered it was missing in May, police said. She told police she waited to report it until she was sure that it was missing.
The owner was moving out of her home in April, when she believes the jewelry was taken, police said. She told police that she thinks it was taken by painters, who were working on the house from April 18 to April 26, police said. She said most of her jewelry was kept in a safe in the basement, but some was kept in a silver cup in a vanity in the upstairs bathroom, police said.
In May, the owner discovered that jewelry was missing from the cup, police said. Among the items taken were a pair of Tiffany 18-karat gold earrings, valued at $2,000; a second pair of earrings valued at $200; and a third pair of earrings valued at $90, police said. Also taken were a 18-karat gold necklace of unknown value, a Tiffany band with diamonds of unknown value, and a flatware set, police said. The matter is under police investigation.
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