Police search for owner of ‘Harriet’s iPod’, found in Lincoln investigation

Police in Lincoln are appealing for anyone who recognises pictures on an iPod, which is suspected to have been stolen, to get in touch.

Police are hoping to trace the owner of the iPod by sharing the pictures stored on it.

Police are hoping to trace the owner of the iPod by sharing the pictures stored on it.

The blue iPod Nano 4th Generation was recovered by officers as part of an investigation involving a person in Lincoln.

— Update at 7.15pm: The iPod has now been safely returned to its owners.

The photos are stored on the device, which has writing inscribed on the back that is partially scratched off; police say some words can be made out that read ‘Haz’ and ‘HSAMPSON’.

The iPod is called ‘Harriet’s iPod’. Officers have attempted to locate anyone with that name but have so far been unable to. It is possible the device was stolen but has not been reported to police.

Anyone who recognises the device is being asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on the non-emergency number 101 and ask for DC Adam Petty.