An assortment of jewelry reported stolen last Halloween from a Halstead Avenue home was recovered Monday morning.
A crew cleaning storm drains on Glenville Street spotted something shiny and called Greenwich Police just before 9 a.m. April 16. Police had the DPW crew remove the drain grate near 76 Glenville St. and officers were able to retrieve a large quantity of jewelry apparently dumped there by thieves.
The jewelry was take during a Halloween burglary of a two-family Halstead Avenue home where entry was made by forcing open a rear door. A variety of jewelry and electronic equipment including a computer were stolen, according to police. "They kept some of the better pieces of jewelry," police said.
After inventorying and photographing the recovered jewelry, the items were returned to the victim, police said.