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Police find rightful owner of jewelry stolen 20 years ago
April 04, 2014, 05:00 AM Bay City News Service

Investigators have identified the rightful owner of an engraved charm bracelet that was stolen during a residential burglary in San Jose 20 years ago after seizing it during a traffic stop in Redwood City, police said Thursday.

Redwood City police released photos of dozens of unique necklaces, bracelets, rings and watches seized during a traffic stop on a vehicle in Redwood City on Feb. 6.

Police said they located the unique jewelry in the vehicle and the occupants of the car were unable to prove that they owned the jewelry or explain where it came from.

The occupants of the vehicle were identified as residents of Santa Clara, Mountain View and East Palo Alto, according to police.

Among the many stolen items recovered by Redwood City police was a charm bracelet with names and dates engraved on the charms. The names and dates on the bracelet were “Ricky 12/9/61,” “Flora 1/21/64” and “London 11/8/69,” police said.

After alerting the public to the seized items, the owner of the charm bracelet was identified, police said.

Photographs of the remaining items can be found online at: http://www.pinterest.com/redwoodcitypd/recovered-property/.

The Redwood City Police Department is holding the items for “safe keeping” and is attempting to return the pieces to their rightful owners.

People who recognize the jewelry should contact Redwood City police Detective David Stahler at (650) 780-7620.

 

 

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