Police Still Trying To Find Rightful Owners Of Stolen Property

The Perris Police Department is trying to locate the rightful owners of recovered stolen property found in a home on Willow Brook Lane, in the city of Perris.

Are you a Lake Elsinore or Temecula resident who has been burglarized?

, according to Sgt. Lisa McConnell of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

If you were a victim, police are trying to find you: Public viewings of the recovered goods are still being scheduled at the Perris Police Department in an effort to return the items to their rightful owners, McConnell said.

A private viewing can be scheduled by calling Investigator Omar Rodriguez at the Perris Police Department at (951) 210-1053, or by emailing PerrisStation@riversidesheriff.org.

“The Perris Police Department is still trying to locate the rightful owners of recovered stolen property found in a home on Willow Brook Lane, in the city of Perris on October 4, 2012,” McConnell said. “The recovered stolen property includes firearms, jewelry, construction equipment, welding equipment, air compressors, televisions, cameras, computers, smart phones and numerous tools.”

but police have still not located all the rightful owners of the property.

Perris resident Benigno Jose Rodriguez, 40, was arrested at the location for drug possession and possession of stolen property, McConnell reported.

Ken Mayes November 08, 2012 at 10:14 PM
You would think they would have a website showing the items so one would not have to schedule an appointment and run all the way over to Perris on the off chance that one of these item might be yours. Air compressor, TV, computer how many makes and models are out there that have been stolen.
Christina Garcia November 09, 2012 at 04:58 AM
I know right.I tried calling to make an appointment and still haven't heard back yet:( anxious to see if it's any of our stuff.
Eric November 09, 2012 at 03:46 PM
I think the authorities are withholding pictures showing the exact items in question so residents can truthfully describe their missing items (as opposed to someone seeing something they like and making a false claim). Just sayin'... =)
Eric November 09, 2012 at 03:48 PM
Christine - Send an email to the address listed in the article describing the things that were taken from you. Perhaps, if one or more of them is in their possession, you'll get it returned that way and if not they'll let you know.


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