Geraldton police have recovered some items stolen in a jewellery heist in which $80,000 of goods was stolen from a delivery truck, but they continue to search for a woman who could help them with inquiries. Police allege about 9.45am on Wednesday, a delivery truck was parked in a loading zone at the intersection of Foreshore Drive and Cathedral Avenue, with the driver undertaking delivery duties. A female suspect, who was known to police, allegedly stole two satchels, which were to be delivered to a jewellery store and optometrist on Marine Terrace. Acting officer-in-charge Sen. Sgt Mark Bramham said one satchel included 53 pieces of jewellery including diamond rings and pendants valued at about $80,000. Another satchel contained pairs of glasses ordered for customers. On Monday, officer-in-charge Sen. Sgt Chris Martin said police had recovered “approximately half” of the stolen property and they continued to search for the suspect who they would speak with as soon as possible. The suspect is described as a 34-year-old female and police are urging anyone in the community with information on the suspect’s whereabouts to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote incident report 050723 1020 62752.