Suffolk/Essex: Police release images after stolen items recovered

nu Power Gasoline Generator

nu Power Gasoline Generator - Credit: Archant

Police are releasing images of items recovered as part of an ongoing operation and are appealing for owners of the property to come forward.

Kazuma Quad Bike

Kazuma Quad Bike - Credit: Archant

The items recovered include a Bosch drill, DeWalt drill box and accessories, a Diesel watch, an Echo leaf blower, a Fujifilm digital camera, a Boschmann electric hammer, a Kazuma quad bike, a Makita drill and box, a nupower gasoline generator, a Quicksilver portable marine fuel tank, a Samsung digital compact camera, a silver coloured chain and locket, a Stanley spanner set, a Stihl brushcutter attachment, a Stihl hedge trimmer attachment, a Stihl petrol hedge trimmer, a Stihl powerhead, a Stihl chainsaw, a Stihl pruner attachment, a Stihl strimmer attachment, a Tactix socket set, a TorQ spanner set and two Hitachi cordless combi drills.

Bosch Professional Drill

Bosch Professional Drill - Credit: Archant

The items recovered could have come from anywhere in Suffolk or Essex and are thought to have been taken in a series of crimes in separate locations. Police have made initial enquiries to try to trace the owners without success.

Samsung 14.2 MP Digital Compact Camera

Samsung 14.2 MP Digital Compact Camera - Credit: Archant

Officers are now asking anyone who may have lost similar items to come forward. Pictures of all the recovered property can be seen at www.suffolk.police.uk.

Anyone claiming items will be asked questions in order to identify the property as theirs.


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If you believe any of the items belong to you please contact DC Reuben Brame at Woodbridge Police Station by calling the non-emergency number 101 or direct dial 01473 383473.

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