Police Seek to Return Items Stolen From Storage Facilities

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    Bridgeport Police Department
    Joshua Bamman and Kathleen Falcone are accused of stealing from Bridgeport storage facilities in May.

    Bridgeport police are hoping to return items stolen from storage facilities to their rightful owners.

    Police will display the items – including collectibles, antiques and art – on Saturday, Sept. 6 and Saturday, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 236 Evergreen Street in Bridgeport.

    Two Suspects Arrested in Storage Thefts

    [HAR] Two Suspects Arrested in Storage Thefts
    Police have arrested two people in the thefts of storage units in Bridgeport (Published Friday, June 13, 2014)

    According to police, eight guns, three Japanese swords, a number of antiques and other items valued at $100,000 were taken from storage centers on State Street Extension and Fairfield Avenue in May. Some have been reclaimed but others are still in police custody.

    You must have a police report listing your stolen property in order to claim it.

    Weston residents Joshua Bamman and Kathleen Falcone have been charged in connection with the thefts.

    The couple is also suspected of breaking into storage facilities in Fairfield, Easton, Westport, Redding, Wilton and Weston, according to police.