Eight photos have been released by police of suspected stolen goods discovered at a Peterborough house. Police attended a house in Monument Street, Eastfield, Peterborough, on 2 October after a member of the public reported their e-scooter had been stolen.
The owner of the scooter had put an Apple AirTag inside it which was pinging to a house in Monument Street. Inside the property, officers found a variety of suspected stolen items, including the e-scooter, jewellery, and camera equipment.
Two men in their 30s and a woman in her 60s were arrested on suspicion of handling stolen goods and bailed until 2 January whilst further inquiries are carried out.
PC Tom Maltby, from the city centre policing team said: “If it wasn’t for the victim who approached us in the city centre about their scooter, we may not have uncovered these suspected stolen goods.
“I urge anyone who has been a victim of burglary or theft to check whether any of the items listed could be theirs.”
Those who believe any of the recovered items might belong to them should call 101 and quote the crime number 35/73842/23.
Proof of ownership will be required.