Stolen items on display as CPD hopes they find their rightful owner

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Computers, a wedding ring and a flute are some of the stolen items Chicago police detectives are hoping to return to their rightful owners.

The items were on display at Area North police headquarters Friday evening. They included a class ring from Fenger High School Class of 1966 inscribed with the initials DJB.

Police busted a burglary ring and took 3 men and a woman into custody. The investigation led detectives to pawn shops and secondhand stores where the stolen items were recovered.

The items are specifically from burglaries that happened in the 19th and 20th police districts on the north side from March to November.

To claim the stolen property, you have to have a police report, and receipts or pictures that can prove you are the owner.

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