The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office is reaching out to the public after a finding a large amount of what is suspected to be stolen property.
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On June 6, EDSO, South Lake Tahoe Police Department, CHP, the El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office and the California Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement (SLEDNET Task Force) executed a search warrant at a residence in South Lake Tahoe, a press release noted. There, they found what they believe to be stolen property.
Victims may not have reported the thefts yet, or the thefts could be unknown. It is believed the property was stolen from mailboxes and storage facilities and an investigation is ongoing.
Anyone who may have been a victim can contact Detective Paul Kuhn in order to identify property at 530-573-3022 or 530-573-3000.