HURON – A search warrant executed at a southeast Huron residence Tuesday evening resulted in police officers confiscating more than 100 items of stolen property.
Nearly a dozen theft cases have been cleared as a result, however many of the items that were seized still remain unreported.
Residents are being asked to check their storage facilities to ensure all of their property is secure and accounted for, said Sgt. Brandon Neitzert, public information officer.
“Detectives are still working with outside agencies as some of the items are known to have been pawned or sold in other communities,” he said.
Three suspects have been identified in the thefts and charges could be pending.
Neitzert said detectives are asking residents to check storage sheds and if they find cut locks or missing property they should contact the police department at 353-8550.
Additional information is being withheld at this time as the matter remains under investigation.For the complete article see the 12-21-2012 issue.
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