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Police Recover $68K in Stolen Property from Gerber Shop

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Sept. 13, 2018—Law enforcement authorities are investigating a series of burglaries involving a Gerber Collision & Glass in Wichita, Kan, and have made two arrests, reports the Hays Post.

Just after 9a.m. Monday, police responded to a reported business burglary in the 5600 Block of West Kellogg, according to officer Charley Davidson.  The business had been burglarized overnight. Two vehicles and tools worth an estimated $68,000 were missing.

Investigators were led to a residence in the 3700 Block of North Armstrong. Police arrested 50-year-old Jaime Lambert on 8 counts of possession of stolen property and 38-year-old Charles Bogguess on 7 counts of possession of stolen property.

Officers were able to recover all of the missing items from Gerber Collision and Glass including the two vehicles. Officers also recovered a third stolen vehicle along a skid loader and trailer reported stolen earlier this year, according to Davidson.

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