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Police try to track owners of stolen items across Suffolk

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Police have released pictures of a number of items seized by officers investigating burglaries and thefts across Suffolk.

Attempts have been made to reunite property with its rightful owners but in some cases this has not been successful.

Police are now releasing images of items including a quad bike, a watch, a camera and power tools in the hope that they may be recognised. In addition to these police have a number of power tools that have not found their way back to their owners and would like to hear from anyone who have had similar items stolen and not yet recovered. Items include chainsaws, hedge trimmers and drills.

Photos of the items can be found on the Suffolk Constabulary website.

If you recognise any of the images or have had similar power tools stolen please contact PC Jon Harvey at Suffolk Police on 101 with serial numbers or proof of ownership ready.

 

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