ALBANY, N.Y. -- State police are trying to reunite some burglary victims with their stolen items.
Investigators are hoping someone will recognize some of the coin collections, guitars, jewelry, and other items taken from homes by 27-year-old Corey Hunt, of Schoharie.
The crimes started in the summer of 2011 and stretched into 2012.
Hunt was convicted and is now spending three to nine years in prison for the burglaries, but police want to get these items back to their rightful owners.
"His normal course of business was during the day. Not necessarily forced entry - they were unlocked homes, those types of things. In many cases the homeowners didn't know they had been burglarized until days after," said trooper Mark Cepiel of the State police.
The daytime residential burglaries he committed were as far west as Oneida County and included most counties within Troop G.
The items are available for inspection and claim at the State Police Barracks in Princetown by calling the Bureau of Criminal Investigation at 518-630-1712 for an appointment.