RPD hosts viewing of stolen goods this week

January 7, 2014 • Local News

The concrete alien is only one item of many which are believed to be stolen in area burglaries. Other items are more mundane, such as tires, shop vacs and planters. (Courtesy Photo)

The Roswell Police Department will give citizens the opportunity to view stolen items on Wednesday and Thursday. According to RPD Public [auth] Information Liaison Sabrina Morales, the items were located on Friday when officers served a warrant in the 300 block of East Ballard Street.

“They found tens of thousands of dollars worth of items,” she said.

The stolen goods include seven weed eaters, miscellaneous tools, tool boxes, wheel barrows, a generator, a dollie, some DVDs, some jewelry and drivers’ licenses. The police have invited any victim of a vehicle, residential commercial burglary or a larceny to come see what was found during the warrant search and perhaps recover their possessions.

The viewing will last from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on both Wednesday and Thursday.

People are asked to bring a copy of any police reports they have filed. Those who have not reported the crime should be prepared to file a report and will be required to bring proof of purchases or serial numbers for the items they are claiming.

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