BURGLARS with potential links to Oxfordshire are still on the run, after stealing a huge haul of cash and jewellery from a rural home.

A wedding ring, engagement ring and cash donations for a cancer charity were among thousands of pounds worth of valuables stolen from a house in Gloucestershire.

It happened between 9.40am and 10.20am on Thursday, November 28, and Gloucestershire Constabulary launched a CCTV appeal yesterday.

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Detectives want to speak to the three men pictured, following the burglary just off the A435 near Oxenton.

In a statement yesterday, police said: "It is thought likely that the offenders were from a neighbouring force area and may have been from Worcestershire or the West Midlands.

"There are also possible links to Oxfordshire so people in those areas are being asked to look at the images."

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The victims were a husband and wife, who had raised £500 at a Christmas fair for an oncology centre.

They had not yet donated the cash because the woman had to attend hospital for emergency treatment for a burst appendix.

Anyone with information can call 101 and quote incident 260 of November 28.