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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Police raided a home on the city's east side recovering items believed to be stolen goods.

Officers searched the home on Ravine Road early Tuesday afternoon, carrying out electronic items, an air compressor, as well as tire rims.

Investigators believe that whoever stole the wheels would jack up the vehicle, remove the tires, and leave the car or truck up on blocks.

Our crews on the scene could see a pickup truck filled to capacity with flat screen televisions and monitors.

One officer on the scene tells 21 News that it's the largest amount of suspected stolen goods he's seen in one place during his 27 years on the force.

Investigators say the raid conducted after police received a tip from a neighbor.

The search also turned up a bullet proof vest and ammunition. But the search warrant did not cover those items, so police say they would go back to a judge for another warrant.

No one has been charged, but officers say they expect to file charges later.

Stay connected with wfmj.com and 21 News for the latest on this developing story.

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