A resident in southeast Edmond reported an $11,900 ring and a $13,000 necklace as missing, police said.
On Aug. 15 Edmond Police Officer Matthew Richardson was dispatched to a reported larceny in the 1000 block of Oak Springs Lane, according to a report filed by Richardson.
A resident informed the officer that a larceny had occurred at the home, police said. A diamond necklace and a ring were missing and there were no signs of forced entry. No other items were missing.
Police said the necklace went missing sometime during the morning of Jan. 28 to the morning of Jan. 29. The residents did not discuss the necklace very much as the ring was more recent and showed a developing trend with the missing items, police said.
The ring went missing after the residents went to a wedding on June 23, police said. On June 24, when the residents returned, it was missing.
Police said the residents think the items must have been taken by someone with access to the home. The reporting party could not provide a list of people at the time of the report, but wanted to discuss possible suspects with his wife and provide a list at another time, police said.
The reporting party wanted to document the incident in case another item went missing, and to receive a report for insurance purposes, police said.
341-2121, ext. 108