If you've recently been ripped off, Marion County deputies want you to come take a look at a large collection of stolen stuff.
Detectives said they broke up a burglary ring that started after a company truck was taken from a metal salvage company near Aumsville on Sept. 11.
The suspect's property was then searched near the Stayton-Scio Highway and investigators said people there were trying to burn stolen property.
Four people have been arrested on various charges connected to the case.
The property seized by deputies includes tools, commercial floor cleaners and buffers, stereo equipment, laptop computers, printers, flatbed trailers, cell phones, video game systems, fishing poles and various other items.
A public viewing to look at it all is set for 9-11:30 a.m. Wednesday and then again from 1:30-4 p.m. It will be in at 3990 Aumsville Highway Southeast, Salem, in Building D, which is a warehouse at the rear of the Marion County Jail campus.
If you've been the victim of a crime, bring evidence that you've reported the theft, like a case number.
If you didn't list a particular item on your property loss form with police, then bring other legitimate ownership documents. That can include original packaging, instruction manuals, insurance documents or receipts.
If you have any questions, call deputies at 503-588-5077.
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