November 25, 2013 in City

Spokane police looking for owners of alleged stolen items

Storage unit search reveals cache of goods
From staff reports
 

An arrest on drug charges led Spokane Police to a cache of goods they say are stolen, and they’re asking the public’s help to identify the rightful owners.

Daniel Sukin, 52, was arrested Friday on suspicion he was dealing heroin, according to a Spokane Police Department news release. Investigators subsequently obtained a search warrant for several storage units in Sukin’s name, where they found tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise they believe was stolen.

Among the items, which appear in photographs on the police department’s Facebook page, are power tools, bicycles and dozens of keys. Police also found several Xbox 360 consoles, bicycles, digital cameras, trading cards and an autographed football jersey that appears to have been signed by former Seattle Seahawks free safety Eugene Robinson.

Those who think they are the owners of any of the items are asked to contact Crime Check at (509) 456-2233 to claim them.

Sukin is scheduled to appear in court on the drug and stolen property charges as early as this afternoon.


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