Police are looking to reunite a host of stolen belongings, including jewellery and watches, with their rightful owners.
A 20-year-old man, from Caerphilly, was arrested on April 9 on suspicion of theft.
His car was pulled over along the A469 road by police, who discovered brooches, charms, necklaces and pendants, as well as two watches.
The man has since been released on conditional bail.
PC Naomi Young, of Gwent Police, said: “We’ve found a large number of valuables after officers arrested a man in Caerphilly.
“During a search of the car, we found items including jewellery and we’re going through the process of identifying which of these have been reported as stolen.
“Our investigation is ongoing, and our aim is to be able to return them to their rightful owners. We would urge anyone who recognises any of the valuables to get in contact.”
Anyone who recognises the items can contact Gwent Police on 101, quoting reference 2100121924.
Gwent Police can also be contacted through direct message on Facebook or Twitter.
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