East Cambs police cordon off house - make two arrests- and begin releasing photos of stolen property found there
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East Cambs Police has released images of items seized from a house in Beck Row; two people have been arrested.
A male, 24, and a female, 24, have been arrested for burglary offences.”
The investigators, who have been leading inquiries into a series of burglaries across the East Cambridgeshire and West Suffolk region over the last weeks and months, cordoned off the house in Morley Close whilst the search progressed.
The spokesman said: “Numerous items of property have been seized and we believe these items to be obtained in the course of criminal activities - either stolen, or handled as such.
Police say they need the public to “share these images and assist us in finding their owners. A number of items have already been linked to specific victims and will be returned in due course”.
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Detective Sergeant John Yore said: “We reasonably believe that a good deal of this is stolen property.
“We are seeking the full support of the public through social media and with the assistance of other media outlets to help us with our inquiries.
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“If you recognise the images, please contact us by sending a private message on our Facebook page.
“If you do not recognise this property you can support our activities by sharing these images with your friends and colleagues through your own Facebook accounts. This will help us to return items to their rightful owners.”
He said anyone with information to pass to on with regard to burglary, theft or handling stolen goods, they can call CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.