Antique French Bayonets between 24.75 and 28 inches long have been stolen from a house in Basingstoke.
The three 19th century war weapons – worth around £325 in total – were taken from a garage next to a house in Brookvale between 4pm on April 8 and 5pm on April 10.
One of the bayonets is described as a French Pattern 1842 Bayonet, 24.75 inches long and brass handled with a steel blade in a metal scabbard.
Another of the weapons, an 1886 Lebel Bayonet, has a steel blade in a metal scabbard but has a white metal handle and is 25 inches in length.
The longest bayonet is 28 inches – an 1866 Chasepot Bayonet, brass handled with another steel blade in a metal scabbard.
“These are three distinctive objects and I would appeal for anyone who has been offered these items for sale recently to contact us,” said PC Jon Hayes.
Anyone with information should contact PC Hayes on 101 quoting 44170134449 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.