Is this yours? Stolen items unclaimed in thefts

Posted at 5:14 PM, Dec 16, 2015

The men allegedly responsible for multiple burglaries across Northeast Ohio are in custody, but police still need help tracking down all the victims. 

Joseph Ulatowski, 42, and Shawn Wegener, 23, both of Streetsboro, were arrested on December 8 in connection  with the crimes.

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Police now need help getting the stolen items back with their owners. 

Police released photos to of stolen goods that have not yet been claimed.

Most of the property is jewelry, including earrings, rings, necklaces and watches.

Look through those photos in the media player above.

If you see an item that belongs to you, you are asked to contact the police department in which the burglary happened.

Police say Ulatowski and Wegener have both confessed to their roles in seven local burglaries—three in Aurora, three in Bainbridge Township and one in Kent. 

Aurora police first started investigating the burglaries in September. Shortly after, other burglaries were reported in surrounding cities. 

A task force was set up to investigate the crimes and the suspects were pulled over on I-480 by Twinsburg police and arrested last week.

At that time, officers found a slew of stolen jewelry, along with wire cutters, gloves and flashlights.

Police believe the burglaries were fueled by a drug habit.