Bridgeport police look to reunite stolen goods with rightful owners

Police in Bridgeport are trying to reunite 600 items recovered from a burglary sting with their rightful owners.

Detective Greg Iamartino says the items were seized in the arrest of one criminal.

Police say they arrested Kayron Thompson, also known as K-Rod, in May. They say he admitted to committing several residential burglaries, all within walking distance of Jackson Avenue.

Police say they have already identified 12 victims, but are asking anyone who thinks they were victimized by Thompson to come to the Bridgeport police department tomorrow starting at noon to claim their items.

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