SEVERAL high-value possessions were stolen after a car was broken into on a Friday afternoon.

Sometime between 5pm and 6.15pm, on Friday, September 6, Donna Sanders' Land Rover was broken into ­— its passenger-side window smashed ­— and a rucksack stolen.

Located on the front passenger seat, the rucksack contained a HP Pavillion laptop, bank cards and three rings, including a wedding ring and an engagement ring.

The rings alone ­— described as a platinum wedding band with a pattern etched on it, a white gold wedding ring with one diamond and others either side of it, and an 18 carat total, white gold eternity ring with white diamonds ­— are worth around £3,000.

A pink floral scarf, black trousers and a pink blouse were also stolen.

Donna's vehicle was parked on the main road next to the crematorium in Wootton at the time.

Anyone with information should contact 101, and quote crime reference number, 07737 727548.