Several area agencies executed a search warrant at both Top Dollar Pawn locations in Bryan.
Investigators say the think they have enough evidence to believe these pawn shops were taking in stolen items.
The Bryan Police Department along with the College Station Police Department, Brazos County Sheriff’s Office and Texas A&M University Police Department assisted in the search.
“There’s obviously a vested interest in all of the different agencies because all these different agencies noticed a similar pattern with these two stores when it came to stolen property, and that’s how it became a joint endeavor,” said Officer Jon Agnew with the Bryan Police Department.
Police officers say that they are processing all of the property to see if it is among the list of stolen items, so they can return them to the rightful owner.
The next step is finding out how the property got there, and prosecuting those involved.
No arrests have been made yet.
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