CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. - If you've had any jewelry come up missing, you might have a chance to get it back.
State Police say they've received an overwhelming response in their effort to return some 30,000 items, including jewelry, coins and silverware, stolen from homes in Washington, Warren, and Saratoga counties.
Those items will be on display at Hudson Falls High School next Wednesday night.
Only people with proper identification and an incident verification form of a previously filed police report will be allowed to view the recovered property on display.
John W. Suddard II of Fort Edward was arrested in December in connection with a five-year burglary spree in Washington, Warren and Saratoga counties. He is accused of burglarizing around 30,000 items from more than 100 homes in a three-county area during that time.
The items can be seen on Wednesday, January 9 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Hudson Falls High School.
You can also contact detective Scott Gillis directly at 747-0273.
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