East Lindsey District Council is appealing for anyone who witnessed or recognises the items from a fly tip at Well near Alford to come forward with information.
The fly tip, which cost taxpayers £100 to clear up, was found on July 10 at around 9.15am. The fly tip included an old kitchen, a barbeque and some old cardboard boxes with pictures of garden furniture, including a patio heater.
Waste Enforcement Officer, Kristina Gains, said: “Fly tipping is totally unacceptable and we will do all we can to catch those who take it upon themselves to blight our wonderful countryside this way.”
Fly tipping carries a maximum fine of up to £50,000 and a prison sentence.