Police appeal after Playstation 4, Xbox One and laptops stolen from Highbridge home

PUBLISHED: 14:24 22 August 2017 | UPDATED: 14:28 22 August 2017

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Police are appealing for information after electrical items including games consoles and a laptop were stolen in Highbridge.

The incident took place at a house in Smith Way some time between July 24 to 28.

A silver Sony laptop and dark blue Acer laptop were stolen as well as a red Playstation 4 Metal Gear Solid 5 limited edition and a red Xbox One Gears Of War limited edition.

Other items taken from the property include a Delphi fault reader, a red Nintendo 3DS XL with red case, a red Nintendo DS Lite, a black Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, a white Kidzstar tablet and a Doogee X5 smartphone.

A nine-carat gold ring topped with a one third carat diamond, a thin gold chain with a K pendant, a silver chain with silver and pearl pendant, a gold-coloured Xbox 360 controller, a red Toshiba external hard drive, and three children’s money boxes were also all stolen.

Avon and Somerset police are asking second hand shops in the area to be vigilant and anyone who has been offered any of these items to call 101 and quote reference number 5217172112.

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