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Las Vegas police begin unloading, sorting merchandise connected to recent theft ring

KSNV – Las Vegas 11/28/2022 News 3 Staff
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Police have begun sorting out thousands of dollars worth of merchandise in connection to a recent fencing operation where three men were arrested.

Various retailers assisted the LVMPD Robbery and Organized Retail Crime Section with unloading a truck filled with recovered stolen merchandise at an undisclosed warehouse Monday morning.

The items were unloaded, sorted by type, then sorted by products belonging to the individual retailers.

Police also released pictures of some of the goods, including vacuums, electronics, records, and more.

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According to Sgt. Patrick Flynn, LVMPD Robbery and Organized Retail Crime Section, as many as two-dozen retailers sent representatives to sort through the items to reclaim, with the total value of the item's being calculated once they have all been processed.

Items that cannot be returned or claimed will be sent to the LVMPD evidence vault for safekeeping.

This comes following the arrest of three men on November 17, where authorities found hundreds of thousands of dollars in stolen property at a residence near Rancho Drive and Oakey Blvd.

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