Three separate caravan burglaries took place in Lancaster during November and December, lep.co.uk reports, leading the local police force to appeal for information.
The caravans that were ransacked are located at Caton Road's Crook O'Lune holiday park. The criminals responsible for the burglaries made off with sentimental items, including many pieces of valuable pottery and china - as well as a television.
Although the caravans themselves were not stolen, they could well have been; perhaps prompting their owners and others in the area to invest in caravan security devices. These could help track the vehicles if they were stolen in the future; making it more likely that the owners would receive them back in one piece.
Lancashire Police's PC Caroline Bell released a statement regarding the crimes, which read: "I would appeal to anybody that has been at the caravan park in the past few weeks and thinks they have seen anybody acting suspiciously to contact police.
"I'd urge people to be vigilant and to ensure their properties are secure," she added, cited by lancashire.police.uk. "I would also ask people to take a look at the photographs of the property."
Those who believe they have information can speak to Crimestoppers or call 101, PC Bell concluded.