A haul of jewellery, cash and electronic goods, thought to have been stolen by burglars in the South East, have been recovered by Surrey Police.
The items were seized after a crash involving a stolen car in Leigh on March 27, but police have not yet been able to trace the rightful owners.
The jewellery items include a gold brooch with blue and clear stones (pictured right).
There is also a gold bangle with a safety clasp and engravings on the outside; a gold ladies’ Tissot watch; a gold charm bracelet with a heart clasp, engraved with the name ‘Sophie’; and a costume ring.
Other items recovered include: a large quantity of cash (pounds sterling); a large sum of Hungarian currency; a North Face rucksack; 22 PlayStation 3 games; a PlayStation 3 controller; a Tombstone DVD; and a Timberland coat.
DC Denise Booty of Surrey Police said: “At this stage it is not clear where these goods have originated from or when they were taken, but we believe they may relate to burglaries in the South East on or around March 27 of this year.
“This was a significant find for police and it’s important we reunite the property with its rightful owners. Some of the jewellery may be of sentimental value as well as monetary value and I hope the images and descriptions will be recognised. It is possible they relate to a number of offences.”
Contact Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference MV/12/1279.