Published On: Thu, Jul 23rd, 2015 on 4:25 pm

Man arrested after items stolen from children’s cancer ward

A 37-year-old man from Keighley has been arrested in connection of electrical goods being stolen from the children’s cancer ward at Leeds General Infirmary.

Leeds General Infirmary

The Leeds General Infirmary.

Officers from Leeds City Neighbourhood Policing Team recently recovered three of the four laptops belonging to the Candlelighters charity that were stolen earlier this month.

A mobile phone stolen in a separate incident was also recovered.

The 37-year-old is currently on police bail pending further enquiries.

Appeal

Officers are now appealing for anyone who has recently purchased a Dune HD Smart H1 media player in the Keighley area to contact them.

Sergeant Pat Kenning, of City NPT, said: “We are really pleased with all the assistance we have had from the public that has helped in recovering the majority of the stolen items. We hope that anyone who has bought this distinctive media player since the beginning of July or who knows where it might be will get in touch so it can be returned to the Candlelighters charity.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact PC 4009 Matthew Hague at Leeds Central Police Station on 0113 241 3833 or via 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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