Dartford officers seek owners of suspected stolen property
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Investigators have seized a quantity of suspected stolen property in Dartford and are trying to identify the rightful owners.
At around 3.15am on Monday 7 February 2022, patrols responded to a report a man was acting suspiciously in the Osbourne Road area and looking into parked cars.
The suspect, a 24-year-old local man, was stopped on a black and white cycle and arrested on suspicion of going equipped to steal. He was later released pending further enquiries.
The officers also recovered a large number items in his possession. These included some brown sunglasses, an alcohol testing kit in a cardboard box (top right photo), Ray-Ban sunglasses in a case (bottom photo), a white Huawei phone charger and a silver sequin purse (top left photo).
Also seized were a car charger with a white USB cable, a black Lynx car air freshener, a black car charger, a Muzii earphones case, a Ray-Ban sunglasses case, a white and black iPhone charger and a small brown pouch containing a quantity of cash.
Police Sergeant Delana Horne said: ‘We suspect some of the seized items may be stolen and are appealing to Dartford victims of crime who believe that any of this property may belong to them, to call our appeal line.'
Anybody with information is asked to call Kent Police on 01474 366149, quoting crime reference 46/24620/22.