Are you the rightful owner of these stolen items?

Items believed to be stolen recovered by Essex Police. Officers want to reunite them with their rightful owners.

Items believed to be stolen recovered by Essex Police. Officers want to reunite them with their rightful owners. - Credit: Archant

Detectives are looking to reunite burglary victims from across Essex, Suffolk and the wider region with their belongings.

Items believed to be stolen recovered by Essex Police. Officers want to reunite them with their rightful owners.

Items believed to be stolen recovered by Essex Police. Officers want to reunite them with their rightful owners. - Credit: Archant

Officers seized jewellery, watches, games consoles and cameras as part of a large-scale conspiracy to burgle investigation led by detectives in Colchester.

The tea, is now working to reunite the stolen items with their rightful owners, who could be as far afield as Kent and Surrey.

A gallery of photographs has been published on Essex Police’s Flickr account.

A selection of the images are included in our gallery below.

Items believed to be stolen recovered by Essex Police. Officers want to reunite them with their rightful owners.

Items believed to be stolen recovered by Essex Police. Officers want to reunite them with their rightful owners. - Credit: Archant

Anyone who recognises any of the items and thinks they may belong to them is asked to contact detectives at Colchester CID on 101 quoting the reference numbers shown on each photograph.


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