Police ask burglary victims to help I.D. stolen goods

LYNNWOOD — Police here recently recovered a bevy of baubles they believe were lifted from homes in King and Snohomish counties over the past three years.

People who’ve been burglarized in that timeframe are asked to review online galleries of the items and see if they recognize anything.

Areas targeted by the thieves in particular were south Snohomish county, north King County and Kirkland, according to the Lynnwood Police Department.

Lynnwood detectives recently served multiple search warrants in the case. Recovered items include jewelry, collectibles, tools and guns.

The photos are available at HeraldNet.com and at http://tinyurl.com/lynnburgs14-1 and http://tinyurl.com/lynnburgs14-2.

Anyone with information should leave a voicemail message, along with their location and original police report case number, at 425-670-5676.

At least one suspect has been identified in the case.

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