Cleveland police searching for owners of stolen items recovered from several burglaries

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CLEVELAND - Police are searching for the owners of stolen items after several burglaries took place on Cleveland's west side and in some western suburbs.

Hundreds of pieces of jewelry are now at Cleveland's second district and police want to return the items to their owners.

A neighbor told police saw a burglar leaving a home on West 56th Street early Wednesday morning and that suspect was found later that day. That suspect led police to two more suspects.

As a result of those arrests, police now have the stolen items waiting to be returned.

"I don't know the actual value of it, but I just want to return it to people, might have sentimental value to it. There's class rings, there are a lot of watches and stuff like that," said Sergeant Tom Shoulders.

Police say the one of the suspects used a curtain to carry items out of one of the homes. All three suspects have lengthy criminal histories involving drugs, burglaries and robberies.

Anyone who believes they could be the owner of any of the stolen items should contact Cleveland's second district at 623-5218 or for Sgt Tom Shoulders is 623-2719.

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