Croydon police look to reunite jewellery with rightful owners
Updated 7:51am Friday 15th February 2013 in Local news
Police are attempting to reunite stolen items with their rightful owners following a burglary raid.
Officers raided a flat in Bensham Manor Road on February 8 and found a stash of what is believed to be stolen goods.
They discovered several mobile phones, watches, laptops and jewellery in the property.
Some of the items are thought to have been stolen in a spate of burglaries in Croydon recently.
But officers are unable to identify some of the jewellery and hope people will come forward and claim them now images of them have been released.
PC John Davis, from Croydon’s Crime Squad who is investigating the case said: “We think these items may have been stolen relatively recently, so we would urge anyone who has been a victim of burglary to take a look at them and get in touch with us if they think they might belong to them.”
Anyone who recognises any of the items as their own, or with information should contact police on 101 quoting PC John Davis’ name.
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