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WEATHERSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio - Police are trying to find the rightful owners of TVs and laptops recovered in a raid Wednesday evening.

Township police worked with the Trumbull County and Ashtabula County sheriffs' offices to raid a trailer on Judith Street at about 6:30 p.m.

About 20 stolen TVs and laptops believed to be taken during area burglaries were discovered during their search of the trailer.

Some of the stolen items have already been sent to Ashtabula County where the items were stolen from.

Police believe the remaining items were taken during daytime burglaries in Hartford Township, Bristol Township and the Village of Lordstown.

Lordstown police say they've been able to link some of the items, including jewelry, to three unsolved burglary cases, one reported in December and two earlier this year.

Joshua Vigorito, 26, and Jessica Cueva, 27, were arrested in this case and charged with having stolen property.

Police were led to the suspects because of witness identifications of a car used in the robberies and a license plate number that was traced back to them.

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