Police have recovered more than 50 stolen tools following an operation across the Chilterns and South Bucks area and are hoping to reunite them with their owners.

Officers have recovered multiple power tools, including angle grinders and belt sanders, as well as an assortment of hand tools.

More than 50 items have been recovered by officers following an operation in the region.

Anyone who lives in the area who has had tools stolen has been urged to contact police.

Investigating Officer PC Mollie Sweetman, based at Amersham police station, said: “We are inviting anyone in the force area who believes their stolen property may be amongst the recovered haul to get in touch.

“Proof of purchase or ownership for each item will be required to return the items to their rightful owner.

“Alternatively, we will accept the serial number or a photograph of the owner with their belonging. Any recognisable marking on tools can be shared to assist officers with this.

“If you believe your items may be among the haul, please call the non-emergency number 101 using reference number 43210548433.”

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