ROGERS COUNTY, Okla. — The Rogers County Sheriff’s Office says that they have made significant progress on returning more than $100,000 worth of stolen items back to victims.
Back in March, deputies discovered a Collinsville home full of stolen items after neighbors reported suspicious activity in their neighborhood. Deputies arrested three people at the home who they say were living in the attic in part of the house.
As the investigation continued, deputies say they’ve been able to return stolen property to nearly 30 victims from at least three different counties.
Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton said, “In the last year, no one property case has taken more time than this.” He added, “They were opportunist, they stole what they could get their hands on and a few months of that and you’ve created a lot of victims.”
With progress they’ve made, Walton hopes it will free up time for his deputies to focus on other cases and investigations.
Although a majority of the stolen items have been returned, Walton says they still have a list of items that haven’t been claimed. He recommends that victims reach out to their local agency where a report was first filed to help get property returned.
Investigators say it’s still an ongoing investigation and believe more suspects will be arrested.
Below are photos shared by the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office of some stolen items.