Thieves have stolen several vehicles and a large number of power tools from farms, ACT RFS stations and government depots in a string of crimes, police say.
ACT police said they had recovered several items as part of their investigation into the thefts at rural properties in the ACT and NSW between March and May.
Equipment had been stolen from farms, along with ACT Rural Fire Service stations and ACT Parks and Conservation depots.
Search warrants carried out last week led to some of the stolen property being recovered.
The police spokesman said while multiple items had been found, others might have been stored on properties or sold at heavily discounted prices.
Police want to talk with people with information about the thefts or locations of two 2019 John Deere Gator all-terrain vehicles and a 2013 Ranger diesel all-terrain vehicle.
Information is also sought on the location of multiple power tools, including demolition jacks, flex pumps, generators, chainsaws and hedge trimmers.
Anyone with information has been urged to contact CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000 or at act.crimestoppers.com.au, quoting reference 6522152.