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Police appeal to trace owners of stolen goods found at Nottingham burglar’s address

Police are looking to trace the owners of jewellery and pottery found in a prolific burglar’s bedroom.

Officers searched Jamie Law’s room after he was caught raiding a student flat in Waverley Street, Arboretum, on 14 November – just seven weeks after he was released from prison.

While he was in custody, officers found a bag containing necklaces, a ring, earrings and distinctive pottery in his room at a probation hostel.

Police believe the items were stolen and are looking to trace the owner or owners.

Detective Constable Kathy Lucock, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Some of the items we have recovered are particularly distinctive.

“If you believe any of the pictured items belong to you please do get in touch.”

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Law, 28, of no fixed abode, is now back in prison following the Waverley Street burglary. The prolific offender was sentenced to two years and five months after pleading guilty at Nottingham Crown Court on 7 December.



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