Police are trying to track down a man who visited their station in Ellesmere Port and handed in three passports.

Officers have stressed that the member of the public is not in trouble - but they are keen to speak to him again.

The man entered the Stanney Lane police station and left the passports, found by his wife, on the front desk, on Wednesday, February 21.

Constable Phil Hunt, of Ellesmere Port Local Policing Unit, said: “Firstly, I want to thank the gentleman for doing the right thing and handing in the passports and to make it clear that you are not in any trouble.

“I simply would urge you to come forward as you may have vital information which could help us with a local burglary.

“If you, or someone who knows you, is reading this please call us on 101.”