Detectives in North East Lincolnshire are trying to locate the owner of what appear to be some form of Chinese Medals.
The items were recovered from an address in Grimsby and it is believed they may have been stolen, however police have not been able to locate an owner.
Anyone who believes they may be able to identify the owner(s) is asked to call Samantha Blendell at Grimsby Police Station on 01472 264571.
Anyone who can help to find a medal collection stolen from Sheffield is being offered a reward of £5,000.
Police are re-appealing for help to find medals stolen from a home in Gleadless on Friday March 1.
Anyone with information is urged to contact South Yorkshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 906 of the 01/03/2013 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Everyone who takes part in the Great Yorkshire Run in September will have the opportunity to win their very own medal. A custom made gold medal will be awarded to the 2012th runner across the finish line, while four sterling silver medals will be awarded to people picked at random.
All five medals, which are worth more than £250 each, have been specially produced by Sheffield Assay Office. Each one will include a special commemorative hallmark celebrating the year of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The 4th Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment have been honoured for their bravery.
31 TA soldiers were presented with their service medals by their Commander in Chief, the Duke of York, Prince Andrew - in front of racing-goers at the Knavesmire in York. Michael Billington reports.
Soldiers from the 4th Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment (4 YORKS) marched onto the Knavesmire Racecourse in York today in front of family, friends and race goers to receive their Operational Service medals.
Private Matthew Thornton, who was killed in action, was given the Elizabeth Cross, which was collected by his family.
The Duke of York is presenting service medals to the 4th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment today. Prince Andrew will honour 31 servicemen and women who've been in Afghanistan at a ceremony at York racecourse.
Jack Hinchliff was handed his four medals from World War Two at a surprise presentation on his 90th birthday.
A veteran from Leeds has finally recieved his service medals nearly seventy years after World War Two. Jack Hinchliff was presented with four medals including the Burma Star on his 90th birthday.
He never applied for his medals, so his three daughters wrote to the Ministry of Defence and they sent him the medals.