Police seek to reunite owners with stolen items

Items that the police are hoping to reunite with owners from Barnoldswick.
Items that the police are hoping to reunite with owners from Barnoldswick.

Police officers who have recovered stolen property following a warrant at a Bacup house are trying to reunite the items with their rightful owners.

As a result of intelligence received, the warrant was carried out at the address on October 25th following a spate of burglaries in the Barnoldswick area.

A 30-year-old man and a 27-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of burglary and the investigation is ongoing.

The two arrested are on bail until December 13th while that police investigation continues.

PC April Butcher said: “There was a huge amount of goods recovered as a result of the warrant which we think have been stolen during a number of burglaries of both homes and shops in the Barnoldswick area.

“So far, four local shops have been reunited with their goods but we would like to return the rest of the items to their rightful owners.

“If anyone recognises the descriptions or the pictures of the items, and thinks the items may belong to them, they can contact me by calling 101.”

The items we have are:

Seven pairs of Oakley sunglasses;

UGG Items (two hats, one pair of gloves, ladies boots - size eight);

Miss Cole Fast Glamour Gift Set;

Body Shop zip fastening make-up bag;

Leather dog collars (seven brown and four black);

Pair of ladies “Quiz” shoes in coral - size eight;

Pink canvas shopping bag;

Black ethernet cable;

Zippo lighter – pirate design;

Zippo lighter – red hearts design;

Zippo lighter – football design;

Zippo lighter in larger box - pink playboy bunny design;

Zippo lighter in larger box - two in plain silver;

Zippo lighter with cat design;

Lumix digital camera;

Zippo lighter with American flag design;

Leopard print ladies jumper.

People with information can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.