Fresh appeal after watch belonging to Scott Baisley stolen in burglary

The watch has high-sentimental value to the victim and is described as being a silver TAG Heuer Carr

The watch has high-sentimental value to the victim and is described as being a silver TAG Heuer Carrera Caliber 5 watch with the model number: WAR.201AO and the serial number: WEA0841. Photo: Luis Holden/Norfolk Police - Credit: Luis Holden Photography

A fresh appeal has been launched after a watch belonging to a man who died in a car accident was stolen in a burglary.

Scott Baisley wearing the watch stolen from his home 10 days before his death. Picture: Norfolk Poli

Scott Baisley wearing the watch stolen from his home 10 days before his death. Picture: Norfolk Police - Credit: Norfolk Police

A fresh appeal has been launched after a watch belonging to a man who died after a fall from a lorry was stolen in a burglary.

The break-in happened at a property in Priory Road, St Olaves, between 7.25am and 5pm on Thursday, June 16, when the house was entered through an unsecured back door.

An untidy search of the bedrooms was carried out at the St Olaves home and a men's watch was stolen.

The watch belonged to Scott Baisley, who died after falling from a Nissan Navara pick-up truck in Bradwell on June 23.


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It was given to him as a wedding present is described as being a silver TAG Heuer Carrera Caliber 5 watch with the model number WAR.201AO and the serial number WEA0841.

Anyone that has information regarding this incident or has been offered this item for sale should contact Det Con Gary Brown at Great Yarmouth CID on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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