Hundreds of stolen goods discovered in Weston home

Weston police say a call about a domestic dispute lead them to discover what could be one of the largest thefts in town history. Investigators

Police say they believe the items were stolen over the course of two to five years.

Police say they believe the items were stolen over the course of two to five years. (11/5/13)

WESTON - Weston police say a call about a domestic dispute lead them to discover what could be one of the largest thefts in town history.

Investigators say they found hundreds of stolen items inside a home on Georgetown Road last Friday.

Police say the items recovered range from fine art to gas generators. They say it took multiple trips using three large vehicles to take the stolen items to a storage facility.

The search at the house on Georgetown Road led them to a second home, where police found more stolen items and a grow room, typically used for marijuana.

So many stolen goods were recovered that they had to be taken to the Westport Police Department because Weston authorities did not have enough room to store them.

Police believe the items were stolen in Westport, Ridgefield, Easton, Redding, Wilton and Weston. They believe the items were stolen over the course of two to five years.

No arrests have been made.

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