State police are trying to find the owners of about a dozen items that were pilfered during a rash of area burglaries committed by a Schoharie man over a one-year period ending last summer.
Police said the items were recovered from burglaries committed by Corey V. Hunt, 27, who is now serving three to nine years in prison for the break-ins he committed between summer 2011 and summer 2012. The stolen items include a guitar, a coin bank, coin collections, rings, lockets and family photos.
All of Hunt’s burglaries were committed during the daytime, according to police. Most were committed in counties around the Capital Region.
In November, Hunt admitted to a pair of third-degree burglary counts for burglaries that occurred in Clifton Park and Greenfield in June. He was sent to prison in late February and ordered to pay $9,500 restitution.
The unclaimed items were publicly displayed so they can be returned to their owners.
They can be claimed at the state police barracks in Princetown by appointment or by calling the Bureau of Criminal Investigation at 630-1712.