Police search for owners of distinctive stolen goods in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 18:58 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:38 26 September 2018

Do you recognise this? Picture: Herts police

Do you recognise this? Picture: Herts police


Do you recognise any of these items?

Do you recognise this? Picture: Herts policeDo you recognise this? Picture: Herts police

Police officers in Dunstable found them in a car on August 22 and believe they have been stolen from either St Albans or wider Hertfordshire.

They are searching for whoever owns the distinctive rings, pendant or elephant ornament.

Det Con Simon Smith, from the Specialist Investigation Team based at Hatfield police station, said: “A number of these items are very distinctive and we would like to reunite them with their rightful owners.

“We believe they could have been stolen from locations in Hertfordshire, possibly St Albans, and Bedfordshire – specifically the Luton and Dunstable area.”

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Anyone with information should contact police on 101, quoting Operation Bridal.

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