Police appeal to unite owners with “stolen” goods in St Albans
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Police are searching for the owners of a number of “stolen” items they recovered after stopping a man in St Albans last month.
Property found after speaking to the man in Marshals Drive on December 30 include an antique engraved metal bar, a mixture of gold jewellery including earrings, a pendant, a cross and a men’s signet ring.
They also discovered silver cufflinks, an empty jewellery satchel, a Barbados coin set, a black purse, a blue JD sports bag, a blue holdall and children’s Harry Potter toy coins.
Det con Neil Sutton of the St Albans local crime unit is investigating and said: “These items could have been stolen anywhere in the county during December. Our particular focus is on St Albans, Welwyn, Hatfield and East and North Herts.”
“If you live in these areas and have been the victim of a burglary where items such as these have been taken please contact me.”
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Anyone with information is asked to contact DC Neil Sutton on the non-emergency number 101.
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