A mill worker is appealing for the return of the gold watch presented to mark his long service with Bernard Matthews which has been stolen from his home.
Michael Pearce is offering a £200 reward for the return of the Tissot watch which was stolen from his bedroom in Lancaster Road, Fakenham.
Mr Pearce, 63, was presented with the watch nine years ago to mark his 25 years with Bernard Matthews but has only worn it twice.
He discovered the 18 carat gold watch and a bracelet were missing before heading off to a show on September 29.
Mr Pearce said: “I didn’t realise it had gone until I was getting ready to go out to Lynn Corn Exchange.
“I am retiring in February and would like to wear it a bit more. I’ve only worn it twice.
“It is important to me to get it back.”
The watch is engraved with Mr Pearce’s name and the number of years of service. It has a link strap and a folding clasp.
The reward will be given for information which leads to an arrest and conviction along with the return of the stolen property. Anyone with any information contact Fakenham Police Station on 101.