Colorado Springs Police have recovered a lot of stolen property lately, and now they're looking for who owns it all.
An ongoing six-month investigation by detectives linked a string of robberies near the Bally's on the 1800 block of S. Academy, at Helen Hunt Falls in North Cheyenne Canyon, and around Palmer Park (Maizeland & Academy).
In all, police made one arrest, and recovered about 110 pieces of stolen property. The name of the suspect has not yet been released, as the case is still open.
Now police have posted pictures of all the stolen items on their web site, things like purses, wallets, cell phones, keys, and jewelry boxes.
Sgt. Steve Nobblitt with CSPD says anyone can log on to have a look, but you'll need some proof to pick up your claimed items. If you recognize something as your own, call police, and then have your case report ready (you would have received one of these when you reported your car break-in or burglary). You can also use photos of you with the item, to help officers confirm that the stolen property is in fact yours.
To have a look for yourself at the stolen items, just click on the link below this story.
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