A woman in Norfolk County had her wedding ring of 65 years stolen right off of her person while out for a walk in Simcoe.

Police say the elderly woman was walking down Robinson Street with her walker Saturday afternoon when two women in a black car stopped and approached her.

The two women took her wedding ring, a bracelet and a necklace before fleeing.

The vehicle was described as an older model, black-coloured vehicle with a male driver.

The first female suspect is described as approximately 5' tall with a darker skin complexion. The second female suspect is described as dark-skinned.

The wedding band is wide, yellow gold with diamond chips embedded on the outer edge of the ring and circling the entire ring.

The bracelet is described as yellow gold with emerald and diamond squares encircling the entire wrist valued at approximately $2,200.

The necklace is described as a wide, yellow gold and heart-shaped, with diamond chips on the outline of a gold heart valued at approximately $700.

Police are continuing to investigate and are seeking the public's assistance.

If anyone has any information or can identify the vehicle and individuals involved, they are asked to contact OPP immediately.