Police have appealed for help reuniting a burglary victim with a number of pieces of jewellery which belonged to his late mother. The man's home in The Oval, Oadby, was burgled last month. Items stolen included five ruby rings, a 2.72 carat diamond ring and a 1.67 carat pink diamond, gold ring. A safe was also taken from the house, but was later recovered in Bumble Bee Lane. Detective Constable Tracey Horne said: "The owner of the house has recently lost his mother and so to have sentimental and priceless jewellery of hers stolen is extremely upsetting. "The images we have are vital to this enquiry and I would like to urge anyone with information about their current whereabouts to get in touch. "Any information that leads us to these stolen items could also lead us to those responsible and that's why it is so important that anyone with information calls us." Officers have been investigating the burglary since it happened, between Saturday and Monday, February 16 and 18. Anyone with information should contact Det Con Horne on 101, or call Crimestoppers, which is anonymous, on 0800 555 111.