by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Purses, school supplies, bushcutters, jewelry, electronics even a streetlight were among the hundreds of items recovered by police in the last year. The Guam Police Department retrieved the items after breaking four burglary rings responsible for more than 70 break-ins of cars, homes, and businesses. The items are currently on display under tents at the Chief's Courtyard in Tiyan.
Police spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia said, "Once they are able to identify their property, they provide an id with a picture, a valid ID to the case agent and they'll document it. That information will go to the Attorney General's Office. The property is not to be released at this venue at this time, it's just asking the public to come and identify what might be their missing items."
The public viewing continues tomorrow from 8am-6pm and then again on Saturday from 7 in the morning until 6 at night. Residents are asked to bring some form of identification, as well as any detailed information about the items that were stolen including serial numbers.
Individuals are not allowed to bring bags or purses with them to the viewing.
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An inmate is found dead at the Department of Correction prison overnight. Corrections officers reported inmate Luis Hocog was found unresponsive inside his Post 16 cell around 11 pm on Friday. The officer contacted the platooMore >>