Investigation Finds Stash Of Stolen Property

On May 30th, 2020, investigators from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant on Fern Ridge Road SE, in rural Marion County. During the search warrant, a large number of items were seized that investigators believe were stolen during burglaries and thefts in both Marion and Linn Counties. Investigators are looking for victims of thefts and burglaries which occurred before May 30th, 2020, where any of the following items were taken:

Briggs and Stratton Generator

Champion Generator

Coleman Generator

All-Power Generator

Predator Generator

Onan Generator

Honda Inverter

Porter Air Compressor

Dewalt Air Compressor

Craftsman Welder

Troy-Built Lawnmower

Murray Weed Eater

Viper Engines Auger/Drill

Stihl Chainsaw

Echo Chainsaw

Senco Nailgun

Garage Door Opener – Still in Box


Hover-1 Hoverboard

Phantom 2 Drone

32 Inch Samsung TV

32 Inch Vizio TV

Toshiba DVD Player

Speedtron Ligting System

Fish Cat Inflatable Pontoon Boat

Wicked Ridge Crossbow

100 LB Propane Tank

Snow Boards

Phoeniz Gold Sapphire Amplifier

Kicker Amplifier

XBOX ONE Gaming System

XBOX 360 Gaming System

PS2 Gaming System

PS3 Gaming System

CPAP Machine

Motorcycle Helmets

Cabbage Patch Doll Collection

If you are the victim of a theft and believe one of the items mentioned above may belong to you, please call Detective Evarts at 503-588-8507. Please have your case number and serial numbers available. If you have not already reported the theft, contact your local law enforcement agency and report the theft before contacting the Sheriff’s Office. People identified as the potential owners of stolen property in this case will be invited to come to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office to view the property.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office would like to take this opportunity to remind our community members to take the time to document the serial numbers of their belongings, especially for high value items. In the unfortunate event you are the victim of a theft, having serial numbers available to provide law enforcement gives us a valuable tool to help identify your stolen property days, weeks, or even months later. Serial numbers of stolen property can be entered into a nationwide database law enforcement agencies use to determine if an item they come into contact with has been reported stolen.

Source: Marion County Sheriff's Office

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