Nearly $60,000 worth of jewelry has been reported missing from a New Canaan home, according to police.

The 48-year-old victim called police Oct. 8 after she noticed that two of her jewelry boxes were missing, police said. The Deacons Way resident said she last saw the boxes about three months ago, according to the report.

Police said the missing jewelry items include a $30,000 pair of diamond stud earrings, a $27,500 Henry Winston bracelet with several diamonds, a $1,500 Rolex Oyster Perpetual watch, a $100 pair of antique cufflinks and five sterling silver cufflinks, valued at $100 each. The boxes themselves, two Smathers & Branson wooden belt boxes, cost $30 each, according to police.

The complainant has had workers in and out of the house on a regular basis, and there have been no signs of forced entry to the home, police said.

The investigation is continuing.