November 26 2014 Latest news:

GALLERY: Officers release pictures of suspected stolen jewellery in bid to trace owners

Iterms of suspected stolen jewellery found in a Peterborough raid. Iterms of suspected stolen jewellery found in a Peterborough raid.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014
1:30 PM

Pictures of suspected stolen items have been released by detectives in a bid to trace the owners.

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The haul was recovered from a home in Peterborough by officers investigating another burglary.

Now they want to trace the owners of the items which include jewellery and children’s stationery.

Detective constable Jason Hancock said: “I would urge people to take a close look at these items as we are keen to find out where they are from.

“Some of the pieces are very distinctive and I’m sure the owners will recognise them.”

INFORMATION: Anyone who recognises the items should call DC Hancock on 101.

To view all of the images, click on the gallery link above.

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