Four arrested in Peterborough after suspected stolen goods worth more than £3,000 found
Four people have been arrested after suspected stolen goods worth more than £3,000 were discovered.
The three women and one man were arrested after a car was stopped in Boongate last week.
A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Police said; "When a vehicle was stopped in Boongate after it flagged up on our ANPR system as having no insurance and the driver was disqualified, our Neighbourhood Support Team didn’t expect to find more than £3,000 of suspected stolen goods in the back, including…
"£814 of razor blades
"£450 of baby milk
"£300 of washing tablets
"£400 of coffee
"The four occupants were arrested and searches of their homes uncovered more items which are believed to be stolen, as well as £7,500 in cash which was seized as proceeds of crime."
All four have now been released under investigation.