Police seek owners of stolen items worth more £100 from Littleport

Police say these items have been stolen from the Highfields area of Littleport. PHOTO: Policing East Cambs

Police say these items have been stolen from the Highfields area of Littleport. PHOTO: Policing East Cambs

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More than £100 worth of stolen items from Littleport - including military knives, designer sunglasses and power tools – are looking to be reunited with their owners by police.

Police say these items have been stolen from the Highfields area of Littleport. PHOTO: Policing East CambsPolice say these items have been stolen from the Highfields area of Littleport. PHOTO: Policing East Cambs

They were believed to have been stolen from the Highfields area earlier this week on July 4 and 5.

It is possible that they were taken from insecure vehicles or open windows on homes in the warm weather.

Pictures posted on the Policing East Cambridgeshire page on Facebook show Ray Ban glasses in a case with cloth, a Milwaukee multi-tool in case, Gerber multi-tool in case, an orange handled rescue hammer with “Guardian Norwich UK” written on it, Victorinox brown leather case with black handled knife and a military camo pouch with map reading equipment inside with “E2648606 Morley” written on it.

A post on Policing East Cambridgeshire page on Facebook said: “Can you help us to identify the rightful owners?

Police say these items have been stolen from the Highfields area of Littleport. PHOTO: Policing East CambsPolice say these items have been stolen from the Highfields area of Littleport. PHOTO: Policing East Cambs

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If anyone knows anything about theft or burglary and would like to notify the police anonymously, call CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.

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