D-Link has had 7200 pieces of its Broadband Router and Adapter bundle knicked on its way to its European Logistics Centre.

The wireless starter kit carries the model number DWL-922; D-Link is urging people to get in contact with them if they suspect they’ve purchased stolen goods. The company says good indications that the kit is stolen is if it’s being sold at cut-rate prices and if it includes a free UK power supply or comes with a Euro 2-pin unit.

People can either contact D-Link directly, or call Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111 confidentially, quoting Kent Police Reference EZ/8732/06.

To see a list of product serial numbers of stolen products, visit ftp://fpt.dlink.co.uk/marketing/Serial_Numbers.pdf.