Eight People Arrested Following Raids In Leeds
Police raided properties in Tingley, Beeston, Armley and Leeds city centre, targeting people suspected to be handling stolen goods.
West Yorkshire police say Operation Bullseye would not have been possible without information coming from the local community.
Detective Inspector John Dexter, said: "If there weren't the people prepared to accept and receive stolen property then there would not be the market and the drive to commit burglaries.
"It is all about trying to close that market down and to make it more difficult for burglars to be able to get rid of stolen property."