POLICE made more than 25 arrests and found stolen property worth £100,000 in a series of raids across Huddersfield and Dewsbury.
Now they want to reunite victims with their stolen property.
Police are to put many of the items on display in Huddersfield town centre in the hope they can be claimed.
Operation Embleton in April targeted burglars, thieves and people who handle stolen property and was part of the police’s Hand In A Handler anti-crime campaign.
Suspected stolen items seized by the police will be displayed in the Packhorse Centre on Saturday.
Exhibits officers Det Con Andy Lister said: "People may have been victims of theft but not reported it to the police. We are holding the open day to see if people can identify any property they might have had stolen.
"During Operation Embleton 26 people were arrested across Kirklees and over £100,000 in stolen property recovered. We could trace back most of it to the owners, but some items remain outstanding.’’
He added: "The items on display will include bikes, tools, televisions, speakers and even a cooker. So it is important we give members of the public the chance to see if their property has been recovered.
"At the same time it is also an opportunity for the Neighbourhood Policing Team to ask members of the public to Hand in a Handler. Officers will urge people to report anyone who is receiving or handling stolen property.
"If there are people willing to receive stolen property then items will continue to be taken. We need to break this cycle and reduce the number of people falling victim in our communities."
To Hand In A Handler phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.