EPS releases Pinterest page of stolen jewelry

Police are hoping to reunite the items, which were seized as part of a three-month drug trafficking investigation, with their rightful owners.
The Edmonton Police Service maintains a Pinterest page showing stolen items recovered from crime scenes. (EPS)

Like a would-be bride, the Edmonton Police Service has got a Pinterest page full of pictures of jewelry.

EPS says it recently recovered hundreds of jewels as part of a three-month drug trafficking investigation.

The items, which include diamond rings - a gold chain and pendant, a historical pocket watch and a military medal dating back to the First World War - were found at the Strathearn Pub and Restaurant in east Edmonton at the end of March.

Police are hoping to reunite the items with their rightful owners.

Anyone who recognizes or is missing any of the items included on the Pinterest page will need to show police either a photo or receipt for the item, or a police report declaring it stolen.