Officers from Derbyshire Constabulary have arrested two men and two women after a paramedics house was burgled while he was working a 12-hour shift.
During the burglary in Hallam Way, Ilkeston, various items were stolen including an NHS Polo shirt, a Garmin Edge GPS device, a Playstation 4 and a distinctive yellow NORCO Fluid mountain bike.
Police have said that the burglary happened between 17:00 hours on Tuesday 14th April and 07:00 the next morning.
Stock image of the Garmin device that was stolen
The victim, a paramedic, was on a nightshift at the time of the break-in.
Two men aged 30 and 66, and two 30-year-old women, were arrested on suspicion of burglary on 17th April.
Police confirmed that all four were bailed pending further enquiries.
Officers who are investigating the burglary have released some images of the items which were taken in the hope that members of the public might recognise them.
a picture of the bike that was stolen
Items yet to be recovered include the GPS device (stock image) and the distinctive yellow bike.
Anyone who has been offered them for sale or who knows where they are should contact Derbyshire Police via 101 quoting crime reference 20*192807.
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