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IS ANY OF THIS YOURS? Stolen Property In Spokane County Recovered

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Lots of stolen property was recovered in a raid on a house in Spokane this month. If you recognize any of it as yours, let the Sheriff's Department know. Lots of stolen property was recovered in a raid on a house in Spokane this month. If you recognize any of it as yours, let the Sheriff's Department know.
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Earlier this month, the Spokane Valley Sheriff's Property Crimes Unit executed a search warrant at a home in the 5500 block of N. Hemlock. The search warrant was part of an investigation involving multiple burglaries and trafficking of stolen property, and yielded many stolen items, including air compressors, wielding equipment, a bag of yarn, and miscellaneous tools.

The Sheriff's department doesn't want any of this stuff. In fact, they would like to get it back to the rightful owners. So take a look through the slideshow and if you recognize something as yours, and can prove ownership, please give Detective Staley a call at 509-477-3363 and reference case #14-20104
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