Police in Chesterfield are trying to trace the owners of a number of tools they have recovered which are believed to have been stolen in the local area.
The items, which include a variety of different garden and power tools, are thought to have been stolen from sheds, garages and cars in the Chesterfield and Staveley areas during the summer time.
They were recovered by police following a search at a house in Bolsover in July, and Daniel Smith, 24, of Gratton Court, Staveley and James Cocking, of Moorfield Avenue, Bolsover, appeared at magistrates’ court in Chesterfield in August charged with theft.
DC Nathan Allen said: “The owners to a number of items, including some golf clubs and recording equipment, have already been identified but we still have quite a few things which have not been claimed.
“If your car, garage or shed has been broken into, and you would be able to identify the items which were taken, then please contact us so that we can return this property to its rightful owners.”
If you believe that you have had property stolen then please contact DC Nathan Allen at Chesterfield Police Station by calling 101, the non-emergency number for Derbyshire police.