Bismarck police ask public’s help in identifying stolen property

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The Bismarck Police Department is asking the public’s help in identifying thousands of dollars’ worth of stolen property — some of it might be yours.

During the execution of a search warrant December 15th in the 2300 block of East Avenue A, property reported stolen from storage units was recovered.

The property included items such as power tools, hand tools, electronic items, fishing equipment, camping equipment, hunting equipment, tattoo equipment and various household items.

The recovered items are believed to have been stolen in the last three or four months

River Bowles, a 23 year old Bismarck Man has been arrested for possession of stolen property.

The Bismarck Police Department is asking people who rent storage units to go to their units and check to see if it has been entered and if items are missing.

The suspect or suspects have been replacing some of the cut locks with new locks to delay the discovery of the burglary

If there are items missing from unit or if you see that your unit has been entered, you’re asked to call the police to file a report.

Anyone with information about the recent storage unit burglaries is asked to call the Bismarck Police Department at 701-223-1212, or your local law enforcement agency.

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