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Recovered Stolen Jewelry, Property Could Belong to Foothill Locals

'Knock, Knock' burglaries were investigated throughout Los Angeles County. Burglary victims can see the recovered items online and Tuesday at Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters in Downtown Los Angeles.

Crescenta Valley Sheriff's officials urge any burglary victims to consider viewing 3,000 recovered stolen items online or at a public display Tuesday at Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters in Downtown Los Angeles. 

Victims of jewelry or property burglary can visit this website to see the items and can file an affadavit with LAPD to possibly retreive them, according to Sheriff's Sgt. Debra Herman of the . 

It's unclear where the jewelry came from in Los Angeles County, but victims throughout Southern California could find missing items, Herman said. These items could date back to about two years ago. 

Investigators from West Valley Burglary recovered more than 3,000 items of jewelry and other items in an investigation related to the "Knock Knock" burglaries. 

Authorities are in search of victims for the more than 3,000 recovered items, believed to be stolen. 

Click here to visit the website and see if you can identify stolen items. 

Investigators will have a public display Tuesday, 10 a.m. at Los Angeles Police Department Property Division, 180 North Los Angeles Street - B Level, Los Angeles. For more information, call 213-356-3710. 

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