Bid to reunite recovered camera with owner

One of the photos on the recovered camera

One of the photos on the recovered camera

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Police have released photos from digital cameras believed to have been stolen, in a bid to reunite the owners with their property.

The photos are taken at a pig farm and include pictures of a man and woman with the pigs. A third photo pictures a woman holding two DVDs.

The photos have been released following an appeal two weeks ago after the cameras were recovered on Tuesday, August 6, in a search warrant in Hampden Crescent, Kettering.

Police believe the cameras seized were stolen from burglaries in the Kettering area and are asking victims of burglaries to make contact if they believe the items belong to them.

PC Katy O’Connor said: “We are hoping that by releasing these photos someone will recognise the people pictured and we will be able to reunite them with their cameras.”

Anyone who recognises someone in the photos or thinks the cameras may belong to them is asked to call 101, extension 345167, or email kathleen.o’connor@northants.pnn.police.uk.