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By Connie Osborne Wednesday 02 July 2014 Updated: 04/07 00:48
MORE than 25 items believed to be stolen from Bromsgrove and Droitwich have been recovered by police.
The belongings which were found at an address in Droitwich on Tuesday, June 14, include DIY equipment, laptops and security equipment.
It is believed they were taken from Droitwich, Stoke Prior and other areas in Bromsgrove sometime between January and June this year.
A 35-year-old man from Redditch was charged with 11 offences in relation to the incident and was remanded in custody.
PC Adam Howard from West Mercia Police urged potential victims of theft to visit Droitwich Police Station between 5pm and 7pm on Tuesday (July 8) where all the items can be viewed and identified.
Serial numbers, receipts or related documentation will be needed to prove ownership.
They include: Ryobi light,
Ryobi drill accessory set,
Mitre saw (in box),
Angle grinder (no make),
Challenge extreme drill,
AEG drill in black case,
black 12V cordless drill,
Roadster metal bike chain,
Two grey CCTV cameras,
white metal pocket watch 'Heritage Collection',
blue/White Asus Laptop In Black Asus case,
white Asus charger,
green CD case,
Nike backpack containing steel pouch with tools and DW Sports loyalty card,
green Bosch case containing 18v Ryobi cordless drill,
black CD case containing various CD'S,
black plastic case containing coloured Pro Fitness dumbbells,
12v battery charger,
Halfords rapid digital tyre inflator,
grey Renault case containing two electric screwdrivers with chargers,
two industrial rolls of clingfilm,
spool of 2.4mm steel nylon line,
blue Ryobi power tools bag containing various tools,
Stanley Fat Max tool bag containing various tools,
Vax G131SX home cleaning system,
white sack containing large CCTV camera, wires and control unit.
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