POLICE have appealed for help in tracking down stolen wine worth £20,000.
The 300 cases of wines were stolen from a West Yorkshire warehouse and detectives believe they could be sold on in the region.
The wine was taken last month from an industrial unit off Topcliffe Lane, Morley.
Four burglars used acetylene cutting equipment to break into the warehouse.
A Citroen panel van bearing false registration plates was used to load approximately 300 cases of wine each containing six to 12 bottles.
Much of the stolen wine, which had been imported from Italy, was quite rare in the UK as the complainant was one of few people in the country importing brands including Le Sette Camicie, Jasci E Machesani, Dal Cero, Vigneti and Nuraghe.
Anyone offered the wine or anyone with information is asked to contact PC 3962 Jonathan Waring at Holbeck CID via: 101 or by calling Crimestoppers, anonymously and in confidence, on: 0800 555 111.