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BIG BUST: Stolen Goods Recovered! Any Of It Yours?

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Stolen property recovered from the Spokane Police Dept. Stolen property recovered from the Spokane Police Dept.

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KHQ.COM - On 11/22/13 repeat offender Daniel Sukin was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver (Heroin). Spokane Police obtained information that Sukin had several storage units with stolen property inside.

Over the weekend, Spokane Police Patrol Anti-Crime Team (P.A.C.T) executed several search warrants at the storage units believed to house the stolen property.

Tens of thousands of dollars worth of items were recovered from inside the units, including bikes, power tools, painting supplies, and numerous other items (pictured in the link below).

Some of the items inside the storage unit were verified to have been stolen and a new charge for Sukin (Possession of Stolen Property) was forwarded to the Spokane County Prosecutors Office last night.

Spokane Police are asking for citizens to view photos of the stolen property and call Crime Check at 456-2233 to claim items.

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