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"Right now, we're not sure of all of the locations but the ones that we are sure of were in St. Matthews, Graymoor Devondale and J-town area," says Det. Bob Ford, with St. Matthews Police.
But it was an iphone taken from a home near Westport Road and Washburn that helped lead to an arrest.
Ford says, "The victim had a GPS tracking program that app that she had put on the phone. She actually handed me the phone and had a pinpointed location of where that phone was stationary at."
That eventually led police to the Bluegrass Mobile Home Park off Newburg Road. And once inside a home there they heard something that let them know the phone they were looking for was inside.
"The victim from our burglary had sent a signal to the phone that caused the phone to ping and we actually heard the phone pinging," says Ford.
Det. Ford says they recovered the iphone and thousands more in valuables.
"Probably 25 to 30 thousand dollars worth jewelry and laptops and TVs and iphones and ipads."
Police also arrested Paula Allen and Carl Rutter at the home, and say there could be more.
"I do believe they had some other people that are working with 'em and we're following up on those leads right now."
If you suspect these two have been inside your home, you should contact St. Matthews Police about recovering your property.