Whitby police are appealing for information following a theft from an emergency service vehicle in the town.
It occurred between Saturday 14 December and Monday 17 December 2013, on Ainthorpe Lane, Danby, when someone broke into a fire engine.
The thieves stole a red door enforcer with the serial number X211165, a pair of blue croppers, serial number X212274 and a Halligan bar, bearing the serial number X212273.
A Halligan bar is a specialist tool used by the fire service to force entry to properties.
PC Darren Mortimer, of Whitby Safer Neighbourhood Team, said: “This is a despicable theft. Had the fire engine been called to an emergency which required fire fighters to force entry to a property, not having the essential equipment could have led to a tragedy.
British Transport Police officers have released an image of a woman they would like to speak to in connection with the theft of a number of items from a Whistlestop shop in Wakefield railway station on Monday, 10 June.
Police Constable John Moses, the investigating officer said, “At around 3.45pm, a man and women entered the shop at the station. The woman then took a number of items from the shelves before attempting to leave without paying.
"She was challenged by staff from the shop, who managed to retrieve a number of items from her, before she fled with alcohol and food and ran off towards the town centre. If you recognise the woman pictured, or know her whereabouts, then please get in touch.”