UPDATED 11.21.2011 3:50pm by Julie Montanaro
Two men have been arrested and accused of more than a dozen burglaries.
Last month, Tallahassee Police showed off $10,000 worth of stolen lap tops, gaming systems and more found in their Lake Avenue.
Now 22 year old Mario Crawford and 20 year old Alfonso Frazer have been arrested and accused of more than 40 crimes a piece, including burglary, grand theft and criminal mischief.
A unique screen on a victim's Playstation 3 led police to their door.
Court records show police also found numerous stolen drivers licences, social security cards and credit/debit cards at the home.
Court records show in several of the break ins, the men unscrewed outdoor lights and then fired a BB into windows so they could gain entry into the apartments.
Police found a bag at the men's home that had a BB gun, BB's, black gloves, a black knit cap and four small flashlights inside.
Tallahassee, Florida - October 27, 2011 - Noon - Julie Montanaro
Police discover $10,000 worth of stolen property in a Tallahassee home.
We went to the house on Lake Avenue, but no one answered our knocks at the door. TPD served a search warrant yesterday at a duplex. Inside, they found $10,000 in stolen property including a flat-screen TV, seven laptops, gaming systems, tools and more. They also recovered 3 guns and a ski mask, but police will not comment on whether those were used in the burglaries or stolen in the burglaries. The lead investigator says the property was stolen in 11 home and car burglaries in the past 2-3 months. They are now trying to trace the property back to its rightful owners.
Police say arrests are forthcoming, but haven't been made yet.
Tallahassee, Florida - October 27, 2011 - 10:30am -
Tallahassee police have recovered about $10,000 worth of stolen property from a home on Lake Avenue.
Police recovered laptops, phones, tools, guitars and more when they served a search warrant yesterday.
Police say the items were stolen in at least 11 different home and auto burglaries over the last two months.
Investigators say arrests are forthcoming and they are trying to contact the victims. Investigators say they did find wallets complete with driver's licenses and id's in the home which is helping investigators track down the owners.
Tallahassee, Florida - October 27, 2011 - 8:40am -
Pictures of the stolen good can be viewed above. Click on the "Photos" tab to view.
The Tallahassee Police Department executed a search warrant that resulted in a large quantity of recovered property, according to Officer Dave Northway with TPD. No other information will be released until 10am today.
Stay with WCTV for details about the recovery.