Look familiar? Police release pictures of items stolen from Kings Langley, Abbots Langley, Flaunden and Bedmond

Images of stolen jewellery recovered by police as part of investigations have been released in a bid to reunite them with their rightful owners.

The goods are believed to have been snatched from homes and vehicles between August 2012 and April this year.

Police have released pictures of recovered stolen items in a bid to reunite them with their rightful owners.

Police have released pictures of recovered stolen items in a bid to reunite them with their rightful owners.

Police have issued the photographs after the man and woman - Kim Issah, 39, from Edmonton and Mark Smith, 37, from Leavesden - responsible for stealing the jewels were put behind bars for theft and burglary.

PC Sian Beames said: “We believe the items shown were taken from a number of areas including Kings Langley, Abbots Langley, Rickmansworth, Borehamwood, Flaunden, Bedmond, Waltham Cross and Enfield.”

Anyone who believes some of the jewellery might belong to them should contact police with proof that they are the rightful owner by calling the Herts Police non emergency number 101 and asking to speak to PC Beames.