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Photos issued to identify owners of items seized by police

Last month officers from Gloucestershire Constabulary's Force Crime Operations team issued a photo album to identify the rightful owners of seized items that are suspected to have been stolen.

Investigating officers are now trying to identify more than 250 additional items which include paintings, jewellery, silverware, pottery and furniture amongst other items.

Members of the public are asked to take a look at the album and let police know if they recognise any of the items or know who they may belong to.

Anyone who recognises something is asked to submit information via Gloucestershire Constabulary's online form referencing incident 81 of April 1 and include a description of the item/items.

Information can also be submitted by calling 101 and quoting incident 81 of April 1.

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