Two men have been arrested after a number of mobile phones, stolen from the changing rooms of an Orpington school, were found in a Peckham shop.
On March 4, the phones were stolen after schoolboys left their belongings in the changing rooms of St Olave's School, Goddington Lane, during a rugby sevens tournament.
One of the victims tracked his phone to Rye Lane in Peckham.
Another victim went to Rye Lane and saw both his phone and those of other victims in the display cabinet of a shop.
On March 13 at 4.20pm, officers from Bromley police's youth policing team and Mottingham safer neighbourhood team executed a search warrant at a commercial premises in Rye Lane.
A large quantity of mobile phones shown as blocked or stolen were recovered, including a number stolen from the school.
Other phones recovered have been linked to burglaries and robberies across London.
An investigation is ongoing.
Two men, aged 18 and 40, were arrested on suspicion of handling stolen goods.
Both have been bailed until April 24.
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