WW2 memorabilia stolen in Southampton from man in 90s
Military memorabilia from the Second World War, including a German officer's cap and various uniform badges, has been stolen from a man in Southampton.
The victim, in his 90s, said the memorabilia was stolen on 26 March and is worth more than £1,000.
Hampshire Constabulary have issued images of a man they would like to speak to following the theft from a property in Sholing Road.
The men went to the property to buy some jewellery between 12pm and 1.30pm.
He is described as white, between 55-65 years old, 6ft tall, and has grey, receding hair.
Police have asked anyone who has been offered German war memorabilia to come forward.