Holiday snaps clue to ownership?

22:44, Nov 15 2012
stolen holiday photos
LOST PROPERTY: Did you take this photo or are you in it? The police would like to return your camera and holiday photos.
stolen holiday photos
LOST PROPERTY: Did you take this photo? The police would like to return your camera and holiday photos.
stolen holiday photos
LOST PROPERTY: Did you take this photo or are you in it? The police would like to return your camera and holiday photos.
stolen holiday photos
LOST PROPERTY: Did you take this photo or are you in it? The police would like to return your camera and holiday photos.
stolen holiday photos
LOST PROPERTY: Did you take this photo? The police would like to return your camera and holiday photos.
stolen holiday photos
LOST PROPERTY: Did you take this photo? The police would like to return your camera and holiday photos.

Do you recognise this holiday?

Timaru police have recovered a Samsung camera they believe was stolen from its owners either in a residential burglarly or a car break-in.

They hope the camera's owner will come forward both to claim the camera and to pinpoint when and where it might have been taken, police said.

These photos appear to have been shot on a holiday at Surfers Paradise, Australia, possibly in 2009. The photographer visited Ripley's Believe It or Not!, took in a band's show in an unidentified bar and captured a Gold Coast sunrise.

To claim the camera or identify its owner, contact Timaru police on (03) 687 9808.

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The Timaru Herald