Police have made a renewed appeal to find thousands of pounds worth of football memorabilia stolen from a car in Glasgow’s west end.
Officers say up to £3000 worth of memorabilia and golf clubs were stolen from an Audi A6 in the Dowanhill area of the city between 11pm on Saturday, October 2 and 1.15am on Sunday, October 3.
A number of items were recovered on Thursday following an anonymous report from a member of the public, including pairs of Adidas and Puma boots signed by Jermain Defoe and Glen Kamara.
However, many of the stolen items remain missing and police are again appealing for information about the theft.
Detective Sergeant Larry Dempsey, of the Greater Glasgow Community Investigation Unit, said: “Clearly the remaining items are still in circulation and we would again appeal for any information in relation to the original theft and the whereabouts of any outstanding items.
“These recovered items were to be auctioned with the aim of raising funds for the NHS and as such will be returned to the owner for that purpose.
“Anyone with further information can contact Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident 3149 of 3 October. Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.”
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