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This is the high-value haul that police seized during Operation Timmia this week

Detectives leading an investigation in to spates of high-value burglaries across Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot are appealing to trace the owners of some of the items recovered during a recent operation.

Officers raided 16 addresses in Swansea on Tuesday as part of Operation Timmia, arresting six people on suspicion of conspiracy to commit burglary. All currently remain in custody.

A seventh person was arrested the following day and has since been released on bail with stringent conditions.

Enquiries to locate four suspects – Daniel Casey, 27; Terrence Casey, 19; Michael Casey, 18; and Patrick Joyce, 20 – are also ongoing.

A fifth suspect, Christopher Harty, 18, is now also being sought by South Wales Police.

all five outstanding suspects

As well seizing caravans believed to have been stolen, officers also recovered large amounts of cash and jewellery. Searches at some of the locations are ongoing.

Officers are now keen to trace the rightful owners of items which include watches and rings.

Anyone who believes any of the items belong to them is asked to contact 101, quoting ‘Operation Timmia’ or the occurrence number 1800300011.

Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of the outstanding suspects is also urged to contact the same number. Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.