POLICE raided a storage unit and arrested a man on suspicion of handling stolen goods.
Laptops, jewellery, video cameras and a large quantity of DVDs were seized from a safety deposit box in Safestore, in High Street, Edgware.
Monday's raid saw eight officers from Harrow Police descend on the location after a tip-off that stolen goods were being held there.
More than six satellite navigation systems were found in the 2.5m x 1.5m box, which was also packed with bank documents and receipts in various names and addresses.
The box is registered to a man from Edgware, who police believe may be buying and selling stolen goods in the Harrow area.
The seizures followed an early morning visit to a flat in Priory Court Drive, Edgware, where police believed the suspect was living.
However when officers turned up to the location, the suspect was nowhere to be seen and the two women living at the house were unaware of his whereabouts or who he was.
DS Stuart McKechnie, who led the search, said: "The property has to be investigated first and foremost. If the goods are stolen we can charge the suspect but if he has receipts or if someone comes forward and says they own the jewellery, we can't.
"We have further inquiries to make, but if one person receives their property back then that's a good thing."
The 36-year-old from Edgware, was arrested this on Monday in connection with the raid and was bailed to return on October 30.
Harrow Police are mounting a drive to reduce burglaries in the borough over the next three months.