TWO 18-year-olds - one from Stanmore and one from Pinner - have been arrested on suspicion of burglary after the discovery of several items of jewellery.
Police are now trying to trace the owners of the stolen items. They are believed to have been taken from the Rickmansworth area.
The pair were arrested in Wealdstone on Monday last week at 10pm on suspicion of being equipped to burgle and conspiracy to burgle. They were bailed until March 17.
The stolen valuables include a ladies' gold chain bracelet, a number of gold charms, including one in the shape of a scooter, two silver baby bangles, some silver hat pins and brooches - one decorated with a swallow- and a small black leatherette jewellery box with a gold lock.
There is also an old-style travel clock with gold numerals in a leather case, and a pink or red iPod Nano portable music player.
Some items have already been returned to their owners.
Detective Constable Colin Cantellow said: "I am keen to trace the outstanding owners so I can return their property to them.
"This jewellery looks quite old in style and no doubt has considerable sentimental, if not material, value."
* Anyone with any information on this crime should ring DC Cantellow at Herts Police on 0845 33 00 222. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.