A woman has been charged after police located a large amount of stolen property including jewellery and laptops, some of which has been linked to burglaries dating back to 2014.
Police spoke with a 32-year-old Ravenswood woman on Thursday, who had been driving in the area.
Here, police found a substantial amount of assorted jewellery, a Nikon camera and small electrical items in her car.
The woman was charged with unlawful possession of property and minor drug offences.
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She was bailed to appear in the Launceston Court of Petty Sessions in early March 2021.
Inquires have established that a large portion of the located items relate to 10 aggravated burglaries, police say.
However, a significant amount of property has yet to be linked to any reported crimes.
These include the Nikon camera, several laptop computers, small electrical items and various rings, necklaces, assorted jewellery, earrings, watches, bracelets, and cutlery.
Many of the jewellery and cutlery items are very old, police say. The police crime report number is 653682.
As a result of another unrelated investigation police also located a further amount of jewellery suspected to be stolen, including watches, bracelets, and necklaces. The police crime report number for these items is 653522.
Anyone with information to help identify any of the property can contact Launceston Criminal Investigation Branch on 6777 3911 or 131444.
Photos of the retrieved items can be found here.
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