Collectible Blue Jays rings stolen in Niagara Falls break-in

Police say several rings, including part of a 1993 Toronto Blue Jays World Series ring, have been taken in a break-in in Niagara Falls, Ont. Niagara regional police say a home was broken into on May 15 and several collectible items were stolen.

Police say a portion of 1993 World Series ring was among the items taken

Part of the 1993 Toronto Blue Jays World Series ring was one of various collectibles stolen during a break-in in Niagara Falls on May 15. (Twitter/@austinwhissell)

Police say several rings, including part of a 1993 Toronto Blue Jays World Series ring, have been taken in a break-in in Niagara Falls, Ont.

Niagara regional police say a home was broken into on May 15 and several collectible items were stolen.

They say the centre "pendant" portion of the 1993 World Series men's gold ring, which has a Toronto Blue Jays logo with a large diamond and many smaller diamonds surrounding it, was taken.

Also taken were a 1992 Toronto Blue Jays World Series women's gold ring, which also had a large diamond and many smaller diamonds surrounding it and a 1991 Major League Baseball All-Star women's white-gold ring.

Investigators say a 15-year gold employee Toronto Blue Jays women's ring, inscribed with the words "15 yr service," also was missing.

Anyone with information about the missing items is asked to contact police.

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