Push to return stolen goods

Kent Police is hoping to make Christmas come early for victims of crime by re-uniting them with stolen goods that have been recovered following a day of action to combat burglaries.

In September officers from the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate conducted a series of warrants which led to the arrest of 14 people on suspicion of burglary. This was the culmination of months of intelligence led police work in which this stolen property was recovered.

We have seized thousands of pounds worth of items and it would be satisfying to reunite the property with the rightful owners. Items include laptops, mobile phones, push bikes, power tools and jewellery."

– Detective Inspector Tristan Kluibenschadl, Kent and Essex Police

The inspector added: "If someone thinks we have recovered an item belonging to them they will need to be able to prove it is theirs. This could be through providing a serial number, a photograph or describing a feature of the item, such as any dents, chips or markings that may be on the property."

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Get your stolen goods back

Kent Police is trying to re-unite owners with stolen property seized after a series of raids in September. They'll be organising a viewing day for anyone who thinks that the items recovered belong to them.