Rare trophy stolen

A RARE football trophy in the shape of a silver dragon has been stolen from a home in Backwell.

A RARE football trophy in the shape of a silver dragon has been stolen from a home in Backwell.

Police are appealing for help to trace the Welsh football trophy, which has great sentimental value to its owner.

The silver dragon is mounted on a wooden plinth and is worth around £1,000.

It has the name T J Mills engraved on a plate on its base and it was stolen along with a 48ins gold necklace, featuring an Egyptian royal head pendant, and a gold chain with an ornamental pencil pendant.


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The valuables were stolen from a property in Embercourt Drive on January 22 between 1.30pm and 3.30pm.

A number of private documents including cheque books and passports were also taken during the burglary and the police are asking anyone who saw anything suspicious to get in touch.

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Officers are also urging traders to be aware of anyone trying to sell any of the items.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Nailsea burglary team on 0845 456700 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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