These watches were stolen from a watch trader in Wandsworth, London. The fake potential buyers used a fake banking app to show the payment was sent and the owner was distracted. The watches were picked up and they left. If you have any information on the whereabouts of these watches, please contact us.
On 20th January 2022 two men came to view these rings and stole them at knifepoint in Hastings. One man using a false name of steven lake, the owner of the rings has offered a reward for their return. This is being investigated by Sussex Police.
Please be on the lookout for this Rolex Batman 2017 watch model number 116710BLNR. This watch was stolen in May 2021 from the owner’s home in Coventry it has a scratch on the clasp that is quite distinctive. If you have any information on this watch or you are offered this in a trade, please contact us at www.lostandstolenwatchregister.com
This Rolex stainless steel Submariner was stolen on 1st September 2022, at approx 1 pm from an individual visiting the Oxford Museum of National History in Oxford, UK. There is a reward being offered by the owner Any information regarding this watch please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Watches are one of the most popular products for the black market. To prevent sales of lost or stolen watches we have developed a watch serial number system that allows you to check if a watch is lost or stolen. With the help of that number, you can check your watch’s authenticity.
Enter the watch’s number into the appropriate field and a member of our team will search your watch against our database. Once the search is complete they will email you back with the final results and a Lost & Stolen Register certificate.