Hunt on in Welwyn Hatfield for owners of stolen goods
THIS assortment of jewellery, mobile phones and cameras are recovered stolen goods.
Recognise any of them? For police are keen to trace their rightful owners and reunite them with their property.
Detective constable Katy Jackson said the items could have been taken in numerous burglaries across the borough.
She said: “We have recovered a number of items which we believe have been stolen from the Welwyn area over the past year.
“We have identified some of the recovered property. However, we are still trying to locate the owners of the pictured items.
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“If you believe any of the listed property belongs to you please contact me as soon as possible via the non-emergency number, 0845 33 00 222.”
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* Nokia N95 mobile phone
* Samsung J600 mobile phone, containing an O2 SIM card
* Siemens S55 mobile phone
* Vivitar Vivicam 5660 camera, silver
* Silver Kodak Easy Share Cx6230 camera
* Black Sony handycam including charger and battery
* Silver Cannon camera – Ixus L-1 and black case
* Gold link necklace with wave brand logo on clasp
* Next Gold/Silver ladies’ watch
* Ingersoll Ltd Silver fob watch
* Tag Heuer watch
* Silver Ingot
* Silver pocket watch and case
* Silver and blue stone necklace & silver and blue earrings (not matching)
* Pink earring