Police trying to reunite owners with stolen items

June 12 2019
Police trying to reunite owners with stolen items

Police are trying to reunite people with items stolen in a series of burglaries throughout Worcestershire.

People's personal possessions including jewellery, a telescope and an air rifle were all recovered when a warrant was carried out in Worcester during December, 2018.

West Mercia Police officers believe the various items were stolen between August, 2018 to  December 2018 and are appealing to the public to help return items to their owners.

Detective Constable Mark Wilson, of Worcester CID, said: "We have recovered a large amount of jewellery and personal property from a warrant carried out in Worcester.

"Although a lot of the property doesn't appear to be high in monetary value - it may have high sentimental value - so we wanted to release a selection of photographs that may prompt people to call us to claim their property.”

He continued: "If you had a specific item that was taken during August to December 2018 and have photos or markings on the items that you can describe please get in touch and we can hopefully reunite you with your property."

Anyone who thinks an item may belong to them should contact West Mercia Police on 101 and give the reference 296s 260519.