Police in Runnymede are appealing to thieves to return a khaki army rucksack stolen from a car in Grove Road, Chertsey late evening (between 9.30pm and 11.45pm) on Saturday, 12 July.
The victim was unloading her car and temporarily left her rucksack propped up against the car, a VW Passat, while she unloaded her luggage. She then returned to pick the rucksack up to discover it had been stolen.
Amongst other items, the rucksack contained an engagement ring described as an oval shaped opal mounted on a gold setting with diamonds around, a pair of silver flower shaped earrings and a wallet containing a small amount of cash and credit cards.
Surrey Police is urging anyone who may have any information relating to this incident or may have since seen or been approached to buy a ring for sale matching this description to call 101 quoting reference 45140058267 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.