Bid to reunite stolen property with rightful owners in Norfolk
Detectives have released photographs of thousands of items suspected of being stolen in burglaries in Diss, Harleston and the surrounding areas.
They hope to reunite the items, which are believed to have come from crimes in Norfolk and neighbouring counties between December 2016 and January 2018, with their rightful owners.
The images can be viewed here.
Last month, the gang members were sentenced to a total of 71 years in jail. They had committed more than 200 burglaries, including nearly 100 in Norfolk, costing victims more than £2 million pounds.
Gang members would mask their faces using balaclavas and smash or force open doors or windows in broad daylight. They would steal specific items, mainly high-powered BMWs and Audis, firearms, cash and jewellery, all of which they could dispose of through contacts.
Those who believe an item belongs to them should email OperationHawkesbury@cambs.pnn.police.uk with their name, date and address of offence, crime number, exhibit number/album-photo ref of property, contact details, including email address, and any receipts/proof of purchase or photographs of items.