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Owners try to ID items stolen in NY burglaries

This Jan. 2, 2013 photo shows a pile of primarily costume jewelry among the mass of seized stolen goods during a news conference at Hudson Falls Village Court in Hudson Falls, N.Y. Few clues exist pointing to the owners of the roughly 30,000 items discovered after 39-year-old burglary suspect John Suddard’s recent arrest. So police are taking the novel step of displaying the items at the local high school Wednesday night, Jan. 9, 2013. (AP Photo/The Post-Star, Derek Pruitt)

This Jan. 2, 2013 photo shows a pile of primarily costume jewelry among the mass of seized stolen goods during a news conference at Hudson Falls Village Court in Hudson Falls, N.Y. Few clues exist pointing to the owners of the roughly 30,000 items discovered after 39-year-old burglary suspect John Suddard’s recent arrest. So police are taking the novel step of displaying the items at the local high school Wednesday night, Jan. 9, 2013. (AP Photo/The Post-Star, Derek Pruitt)

In this Jan. 2, 2013 photo, New York State Police Lt. John Durling shows a picture of 39-year-old serial burglary suspect John W. Suddard, Jr. during a news conference at Hudson Falls Village Court in Hudson Falls, N.Y. Few clues exist pointing to the owners of the roughly 30,000 items discovered after Suddard’s recent arrest. So police are taking the novel step of displaying the items at the local high school Wednesday night, Jan. 9, 2013. (AP Photo/The Post-Star, Derek Pruitt)

This undated photo provided by the Hudson Falls police shows serial burglary suspect John W. Suddard, Jr. Police in upstate New York who recovered 31 duffel bags stuffed with jewelry after Suddard’s arrest now face the daunting task of finding owners for the mini-mountain of loot. (AP Photo/Hudson Falls Police via The Post-Star)

In this Jan. 2, 2013 photo, Hudson Falls Police Detective Scott Gillis talks to the media about evidence seized from a years-long burglary spree during a news conference at Hudson Falls Village Court in Hudson Falls, N.U. Few clues exist pointing to the owners of the roughly 30,000 items discovered after 39-year-old burglary suspect John Suddard’s recent arrest. So police are taking the novel step of displaying the items at the local high school Wednesday night, Jan. 9, 2013. (AP Photo/The Post-Star, Derek Pruitt)

Owners try to ID items stolen in NY burglaries

This Jan. 2, 2013 photo shows a pile of primarily costume jewelry among the mass of seized stolen goods during a news conference at Hudson Falls Village Court in Hudson Falls, N.Y. Few clues exist pointing to the owners of the roughly 30,000 items discovered after 39-year-old burglary suspect John Suddard’s recent arrest. So police are taking the novel step of displaying the items at the local high school Wednesday night, Jan. 9, 2013. (AP Photo/The Post-Star, Derek Pruitt)

This Jan. 2, 2013 photo shows a pile of primarily costume jewelry among the mass of seized stolen goods during a news conference at Hudson Falls Village Court in Hudson Falls, N.Y. Few clues exist pointing to the owners of the roughly 30,000 items discovered after 39-year-old burglary suspect John Suddard’s recent arrest. So police are taking the novel step of displaying the items at the local high school Wednesday night, Jan. 9, 2013. (AP Photo/The Post-Star, Derek Pruitt)

In this Jan. 2, 2013 photo, New York State Police Lt. John Durling shows a picture of 39-year-old serial burglary suspect John W. Suddard, Jr. during a news conference at Hudson Falls Village Court in Hudson Falls, N.Y. Few clues exist pointing to the owners of the roughly 30,000 items discovered after Suddard’s recent arrest. So police are taking the novel step of displaying the items at the local high school Wednesday night, Jan. 9, 2013. (AP Photo/The Post-Star, Derek Pruitt)

This undated photo provided by the Hudson Falls police shows serial burglary suspect John W. Suddard, Jr. Police in upstate New York who recovered 31 duffel bags stuffed with jewelry after Suddard’s arrest now face the daunting task of finding owners for the mini-mountain of loot. (AP Photo/Hudson Falls Police via The Post-Star)

In this Jan. 2, 2013 photo, Hudson Falls Police Detective Scott Gillis talks to the media about evidence seized from a years-long burglary spree during a news conference at Hudson Falls Village Court in Hudson Falls, N.U. Few clues exist pointing to the owners of the roughly 30,000 items discovered after 39-year-old burglary suspect John Suddard’s recent arrest. So police are taking the novel step of displaying the items at the local high school Wednesday night, Jan. 9, 2013. (AP Photo/The Post-Star, Derek Pruitt)


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