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Police are trying to reunite a number of items with their rightful owners. Officers say they believe the goods – which were recovered from two addresses in Norton Canes on February 20 – may be stolen. The items include:
  • a blue Boardman road bike
  • a black Cube Stereo men’s mountain bike
  • a burgundy GT Chucker 2.0 men’s mountain bike
  • two remote control helicopters
  • Makita, Hilti, Bosch and Dewalt power drills
  • a tile cutting kit
  • a Makita router/edge finisher
  • a Ryobi nail gun
  • a Bosch angle grinder
Sgt Dave Morris, of Cannock Chase Local Policing Team (LPT), said: “We would like to trace the owners of these items and hand back property which is rightfully theirs. “I would encourage people who own such property to check their sheds, garages and outbuildings to make sure it is still in situ. If not there is a chance this property could be yours and you have not realised it is missing.” Two men have been interviewed in connection with the seized items and inquiries are ongoing. Anyone who thinks any of the above items are theirs is asked to contact Sgt Morris at Staffordshire Police on 101 extension 4274/4275.


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