Holiday snaps and family photos recovered from stolen cameras found in Goodmayes

Do you recognise anyone in this photo? Police want to reunite people with their stolen cameras.

Do you recognise anyone in this photo? Police want to reunite people with their stolen cameras. - Credit: Archant

These photos were some of the thousands of treasured snaps found on dozens of stolen cameras recovered from a Goodmayes home.

Do you recognise anyone in this photo? Police want to reunite people with their stolen cameras.

Do you recognise anyone in this photo? Police want to reunite people with their stolen cameras. - Credit: Archant

The cameras were among more than 500 stolen items recovered from the house and commercial property in Camberwell in March.

Do you recognise anyone in this photo? Police want to reunite people with their stolen cameras.

Do you recognise anyone in this photo? Police want to reunite people with their stolen cameras. - Credit: Archant

Police believe the cameras, computers, iPads, mobile phones, cash and other items were stolen over the past year.

Homes, cars and members of the public were targeted in central London on the spree.

The pictures have been released in the hope of reuniting the cameras and belongings with their owners.


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Det Con Gemma Alger, said: “We are doing our best to try and return the property to its rightful owners, who I’m sure are extremely keen to have the cameras, and more importantly, the pictures back.

“However, we really need the public’s help to identify who they might be.

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“There are lots of family pictures, holiday snaps and some shots of Christmas celebrations.”

If you recognise anyone in these photos, please contact Westminster Crime Squad on 020 7321 6962 or email gemma.I.alger@met.police.uk.

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