Sweetwater County deputies have recovered a quantity of stolen goods from a series of vehicle burglaries in the Jamestown area, and are seeking help from the public in identifying additional stolen merchandise recovered, including two handguns. Sheriff Mike Lowell said deputies, county detectives, and investigators of the Sheriff’s Office SNAAG unit recently executed a search warrant for a residence west of Green River and recovered a range of property previously reported stolen, including a .22-caliber Taurus revolver. Authorities are asking for the public’s help in identifying its owners, who may not be aware their possessions are missing. You’ll find a list of the items recovered below. County officers are coordinating their ongoing investigation with the Green River Police Department, and several suspects have been identified. Lowell said the investigation’s findings are being submitted to the Sweetwater County Attorney’s Office for consideration of criminal charges. Those with information on the recovered stolen property are asked to contact the Sweetwater County Sheriff’s Office.
- A blue-steel Colt M1991A1 .45 ACP semiautomatic pistol, fitted with “Punisher” grips.
- A snub-nosed, double-action stainless steel .38 Special Smith & Wesson revolver
- Four boxes of .22 rimfire, .204, and .223 ammunition
- A white MOBI Cube
- A black and camouflage Midland “talkabout” radio
- A chrome iPod with protective case
- A Pink iPod
- 15 factory-cut brass keys, which may be master keys
- A black and green Guardian folding knife
- A stainless steel multi-tool with black grips
- Miscellaneous phone chargers, a green speaker cord, a yellow USB cord, and an Accurian audio device
- Three small tactical flashlights; two silver, and one black