Sussex Police post pictures of stolen items online
Sussex Police are putting stolen items on display in an attempt to allow the owners to identify the items and reclaim them.
More than 50 items have been photographed and posted online and can be found on the Sussex Police website.
Detectives from West Sussex found the items from a suspected burglar's home from a property in Worthing in May. Three people have been arrested on suspicion of burglary and have been bailed until July 10th. They include two men aged 26 and 27 and a woman aged 32.
They want help in identifying the property and believe that new information may help them piece together a better idea of what happened in the burglaries as well as re-uniting owners with their property.
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The items include jewellery, rare coins, work tools and antiques. Police believe the items were stolen from villages close to the A272.For more details visit http://property.Sussex-police.co.uk or call 101.
Detective Constable Lindsey Van Buiten, who is overseeing Operation Borden said: "We believe that the majority of this property has come from houses located in villages close to the A272 in West Sussex.
"Some of the items are of little monetary value but are very distinctive and the owner may recognise something of theirs that was of great sentimental value.
This is the third time Sussex Police has decided to upload recovered stolen items to the police website in a bid to reunite them with their rightful owners. Op Peapod, a similar West Sussex operation, led to the recent conviction of Lukasz Ksiezopolski of Hawthorn Road, Bognor last week.