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Police looking to return property stolen in Fulwood to rightful owners

Posted on - 22nd October, 2021 - 8:58am | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Fulwood, Preston News, Sharoe Green
The stolen items which police want to return to their rightful owners

On Tuesday, 12 October, two teenagers were arrested in relation to a number of vehicles being broken into around Watling Street Road and Victoria Road in Preston.

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Police have confirmed that the pair are on bail whilst enquiries are ongoing.

Read more: Police arrest two teenagers after night of car break-ins in Fulwood

Police still have unclaimed property which they believe was stolen on the evening of October 11, and they are eager to return it to the rightful owner.

If you recognise any of the items in the pictures, then police are urging you to contact them.

The mobile phone is a Samsung Galaxy S20 and had the clear green case on it when found.

The black Toshiba Laptop was recovered with the AC Adapter, police believe given the PAT testing sticker that this is a work computer.

The sunglasses are a designer brand with matching case.

Anyone wishing to claim these items will need to be able to prove ownership.

If you recognise any of these items or may know who the rightful owner is please email ste.connolly@lancashire.police.uk



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