Hampshire & Isle of Wight

WW2 memorabilia stolen in Southampton from man in 90s

Man who police would like to speak to after German memorabilia stolen Image copyright Hampshire Constabulary
Image caption Police would like to speak to a man who is aged between 55 and 65 years old

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.

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