SOMETHING about this image certainly looked a bit fishy to officers who were investigating an attempted burglary.

It was included on a USB drive, left in a rucksack, which was found at the scene after a homeowner disturbed an intruder.

Dorset Police think it is stolen property, most likely from a separate raid carried out by the same person who fled when the homeowner disturbed them.

Now officers are eager to reunite the USB drive with its rightful owner.

Police community support investigator Kayleigh Holder said: "I would like to stress that it is not believed the person in the image has any connection with the attempted burglary and we are purely trying to identify them so we can return their property."

The attempted burglary where the intruder was disturbed took place around 7am on Sunday, March 29, at an address in Penrith Road, Bournemouth.

The thief had their face covered and was spotted trying to remove a bicycle from the garage of the home.

As well as the USB drive, officers found a slip of paper from Mojo Surf, Australia.

Images on the drive appear to show the Great Barrier Reef and a number of selfies.

Kayleigh said: "We are making enquiries to identify who the USB drive belongs to and are releasing an image from the drive in the hope that it will prompt the owner to come forward.

"We have pixilated their face to protect their identity.

"I would urge anyone who recognises this photo or has any information about either the recovered USB drive or the attempted burglary in Penrith Road to please contact us."

Anyone with information is asked to contact Dorset Police at, via email or by calling 101, quoting occurrence number 55200046050.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via