As above - see below, the feckers.
Un-named loose medals are difficult to trace.As above - see below, the feckers.
Ebay needs watching but in my experience they don't seem to care.As has been said, the WWII medals would have been issued unnamed - thus, about a £100 will replace those.
The beret badge - same.
The only thing worth chasing is the IGS 1908-35: can't see the clasp but if it is 'NW FRONTIER 1935' and named to 'Royal Tank Corps' (probably appears as 'R Tank C') then it's worth a few bob - as a singleton a couple of hundred quid.
Again, as has been said, report to police ASAP: provide full details of the IGS naming and phots, if possible.
Also not a bad idea to make auction houses such as Dix Noonan Webb, Baldwins, etc aware of the details.
Establish a profile on British Medal Forum - British Medals Forum • User Control Panel • Register - and head for the 'Lost or Stolen Medals' thread and make the theft known.
ETA: just checked and some kind soul has already made a post relating to it.
I'd hazard a guess at 2 RTR (7th Armoured Bde), as they completed the set of N Africa, Burma and Italy and were the only RTR unit to serve in Burma (during the retreat of 1942).That lady’s father was slogging his guts out in India, Burma, Italy and North Africa for 5 years. In a tank, apparently.