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Meth, stolen goods found at Colorado Springs duplex

By: Staff reports
October 25, 2013 Updated: October 25, 2013 at 7:46 am
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Police recovered about $20,000 worth of stolen tools and computers along with 6.8 grams of meth just before noon Thursday at a duplex near Nevada Avenue and Brookside Street.

Police had served a search warrant for the residence at 311 Brookside St. as part of a fencing investigation.

Police said they will be contacting burglary and car break-in victims to see whether they can match them with recovered items.

According to police, the amount of meth recovered is indicative of distribution. One gram sells on the street for about $110. Police said arrests will be made when the investigation is complete.

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