A HUDDERSFIELD man was arrested after attempting to sell jewellery at pawn shops.
Police believe the gems were stolen and are now trying to trace their owners.
Cash Converters contacted police after a 34-year-old man attempted to sell three gold rings and a gold bracelet on October 6.
He was rejected from the shop, but he later attempted to sell the same jewellery at Cheque and Pawn, at John William Street, where he was arrested. The jewellery has been seized and the man is currently on bail.
Police have been unable to trace the owners of the jewellery or link the items to any reported burglaries within Kirklees.
Police are now appealing to anyone who believes the jewellery may belong to them. Contact Pc Simon Marshall of Huddersfield CID on 01484 436706.