DO these pieces of jewellery or toolboxes belong to you?

Police are looking to reunite them with their rightful owners after they were seized from the home of a man from Westcliff charged with handling stolen goods.


They believe the owners could stretch as far as Basildon, Chelmsford and Romford in east London.

Officers recovered a large number of jewellery items as well as two toolkit boxes.


Investigating Officer, Dc Victoria Harris, said: "Despite our best efforts, we have yet to identify the owners of these items.

“We are very keen to bring a ray of sunshine back into the rightful owners’ lives at the start of the year.


“We are keen to hear from those people who believe any of the property shown may belong to them or someone they know or love.

“We also have a small number of widescreen television in our possession so anyone who has had one stolen in the past couple of months should contact us to see whether one belongs to them.”


She added: “Our enquiries suggest that victims living far from Southend could potentially be missing these items.”

Anyone who believes the items shown belong to them should contact detectives at Southend police station on 101.