Colorado Springs police unveil hundreds of recovered items from burglaries

July 15, 2013 Updated: July 16, 2013 at 9:51 am
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photo - A scrapbook was one of the recovered stolen items posted on the city's website Monday. Go to springsgov.com to view the items. (Courtesy of CSPD)
A scrapbook was one of the recovered stolen items posted on the city's website Monday. Go to springsgov.com to view the items. (Courtesy of CSPD) 

Have you been the victim of a residential burglary in the past two years?

If so, the Colorado Springs Police Department might have your stuff.

The department has recovered a vast collection of stolen items it wants to return to their rightful owners.

The majority of the property was stolen during burglaries in Colorado Springs and El Paso County in 2012 and 2013, police said.

The recovered items include watches, earrings, bracelets, calipers, comic books, a 1998 Air Force Academy class ring, a doll in a pink or lavender bunny outfit, a military dress uniform hat, a scrapbook and an old heart-shaped Brach's chocolate box filled with mementos.

Police posted photos of the recovered items on the city's website Monday. To see the photos, go to springsgov.com, click on the "Hot Topics" tab in the center of the page and then open the link to "Recovered Property."

To claim property, call the police department at 444-7231 and leave a message with your name, telephone number, case report number and the number associated with the photo.

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Colorado Springs police unveil hundreds of recovered items from burglaries

Updated: July 16, 2013 at 9:51 am

Have you been the victim of a residential burglary in the past two years? If so, the Colorado Springs Police Department might have your stuff. The department has recovered a vast collection of stolen items it wants to return to their rightful owners. The majority of the property was stolen...

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