After tweeting an appeal on Friday, Davis provided more updates on Sunday, saying the vehicle contained "sentimental items" of little use to those who appear to have taken the van.
He wrote: "If you stole our caravan or know who did, please can we have the sentimental items back that are of no use to you? Special holiday memories."
My stolen caravan: Swift/Archway Cranford 545. Could have headed north or south on A1, south on M11 or west on A14. pic.twitter.com/ly0bmLXd1d— Warwick Davis (@WarwickADavis) October 9, 2015
If you stole our caravan or know who did, please can we have the sentimental items back that are of no use to you? Special holiday memories.— Warwick Davis (@WarwickADavis) October 11, 2015
Any news..? https://t.co/I34RKvTTux— Chris Moyles (@ChrisMoyles) October 11, 2015
Performer and presenter Stephen Mulhern appealed for information too.
Davis continued to provide updates as people enquired about the suspected theft.
It was spotted heading east of Yaxley, Peterborough towed by blue pickup, sparks flying from a dragging wheel lock. https://t.co/vIUTuHnbRB— Warwick Davis (@WarwickADavis) October 11, 2015
And while some people made plenty of jokes, Davis maintained his humour.
Not funny... but they didn't steal my sense of humour so I'll give you that one. Nicely played! 😀 https://t.co/ima7SAGBi5— Warwick Davis (@WarwickADavis) October 11, 2015
And his fans have offered plenty of support.
@WarwickADavis how awful!! Hope you get it back asap— Graeme (@gmcginley329) October 10, 2015
@WarwickADavis Hope you get your caravan back! Potterheads will be looking out for it and we maybe, just maybe turn the robber into a ferret— Rachel (@LilyxAnnabelle) October 11, 2015
Davis played Professor Filius Flitwick in the 'Potter' films as well as voicing Griphook in the first film.