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Do you recognise these items? Police appeal for owners of believed to be stolen goods recovered in Ilford

PUBLISHED: 10:39 29 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:39 29 January 2018

Item recovered by police in Ilford in November 2017. Photo: Essex Police

Item recovered by police in Ilford in November 2017. Photo: Essex Police

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Police have released images of property they believe was stolen in a spate burglaries across Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent and London.

The items were recovered in Ilford in November last year and police seek to reunite them with their rightful owners.

If you recognise any of these items please call Dc Darren Coote at Grays CID on 101.

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