GALLERY: Can you help reunite these items with their owners?

12:01 03 February 2014

Police in Ely would like to reunite these items with their owners

Police in Ely would like to reunite these items with their owners

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Police in Ely have released a series of images of property they suspect has been stolen in a bid to reunite the items with their owners.

Police in Ely would like to reunite these items with their ownersPolice in Ely would like to reunite these items with their owners

The haul of items was discovered in a shed at a property in Ely on Tuesday (January 28) after officers carried out a search warrant.

Sergeant Will Davis said: “Whilst executing the warrant we located the items in a shed in the back garden and believe the items have been stolen from vans and sheds.

“I would urge anyone who has had items stolen in the past few months to look closely at the pictures and call us if they recognise anything.”

Anyone who recognises any items and can prove ownership should call PCSO Jo Andow at Ely Police Station on 101.

Images of the recovered items can also be viewed via the Policing East Cambridgeshire Facebook page.

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