Chicago police on Friday found about $125,000 worth of stolen goods when they served a search warrant on a West Side home, marking the second fencing operation broken up this week.
The search Friday of a home in the 5400 block of West Crystal Street netted items such as tools, bicycles and snow blowers worth about $125,000, police said.
Earlier this week a search of a location on the 4300 block of West Congress Parkway found more than $40,000 worth of stolen goods, much of which was returned to lawful owners after a public viewing held Tuesday.
A public viewing of the items found Friday will be held Sunday and Monday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the community room of the Austin District police station, 5701 W. Madison St., police said.
Any victims of robberies are asked to bring supporting documents, such as case reports, receipts and serial numbers that indicate proof of ownership.
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