Thousands of pounds worth of music equipment was stolen from a car overnight.
The theft occurred overnight between 11pm on Saturday 23 July and 11.30am on Sunday 24 July on Brighton’s High Street.
The person returned to their car to find the rear windshield cracked and valuable items stolen from inside.
Among the items stolen were an HP computer which is locked with the initials “DMM”, earphones with a “Call me Malcolm” sticker on each side, and a Yamaha YTS280 tenor saxophone in a green pouch with a sticker on the side of the box say “gorilla”.
The police are conducting house searches and asking for information.
A Sussex Police spokesman said: “Due to the nature of the items taken, investigating officers are also asking the public, and in particular pawnbrokers, to keep an eye out for the items if they are found for sale in the area.
“Anyone with information is asked to come forward on-line or call 101 quoting serial number 667 dated 07/24.”
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