Ancient ring stolen from museum
A 14th century gold ring has been stolen from a display in Havant museum.
The thief entered the museum in East Street and unscrewed a panel to gain access to the perspex box containing the ring.
The case and the ring worth around £750 were then taken.
It was originally found at Warblington Castle in June 1979.
It has a rectangular setting which contains an engraving of St Clare holding a challis. The words “Boen Ptir” which means “For Good and For Ever” are engraved in black letters on the shoulders.
PC Chris Tinney said: “The ring is an antique from the 14th century and has a significant history.
“There were many visitors to the museum during the day and we are hoping that someone saw the theft take place.”