A range of music memorabilia - including rare and signed photographs of The Beatles - have been stolen from a house in Neston.

Burglars broke into the house on Chester High Road between 7.30pm and 8.30pm on Tuesday, May 22.

Jewellery and music memorabilia of great sentimental value to the homeowners was stolen from inside the property and a car taken from a garage.

The music memorabilia included signed and framed vinyl albums of Led Zeppelin One, Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon, The Who’s Quadrophenia and The Rolling Stones’ Sticky Fingers.

They all have a certificate of authenticity on the back.

Signed photographs of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, rare photographs of their fellow Beatle John Lennon and a signed picture of Elton John were also stolen.

Police are urging anyone who remembers seeing anything suspicious in the area around that time or has been offered any of the music memorabilia to get in touch.

They are also keen to hear from anyone who saw, or has dashcam footage of, a grey Mini Clubman car fleeing the area around that time.

The vehicle was found abandoned in Kensington, Liverpool, a few days later.

Detective Constable Kevin Cooper said: "Burglary is a serious offence that targets people in the place they should be able to feel most safe – their own home.

"Being the victim of a burglary is a traumatic experience and it is even more upsetting when items of great sentimental value are stolen.

"We are determined to catch the offenders, bring them to justice and return the music memorabilia to their rightful owners.

"Enquiries into the incident are ongoing and I urge anyone who saw anything suspicious in the Chester High Road area on the evening of Tuesday 22 May to call Cheshire Police.

"I would also like to hear from anyone who saw a grey Mini Clubman leaving the area that evening, or has dashcam footage of it, as well as anyone who has information regarding the whereabouts of any of the music memorabilia.

"If someone has offered to sell you or anyone you know any of the memorabilia, or you think you may know where some of the items are, please get in touch.”