LOUISVILLE, Ky.  (WDRB) -- Police arrest two burglary suspects believed to be tied to items stolen from counties in north central Kentucky and southeast Indiana.  Tuesday, they asked for help identifying some of the property uncovered in their investigation.

Ky. State Police and authorities in Carroll, Trimble and Switzerland Counties say Terry Hooper, 43, and Pam Hentz, 44, both of Bedford, Ky., were arrested July 18.  The two attempted to sell stolen firearms to a pawnshop in Portland, Tenn., a state police news release said. 

A search of the couple's rental house turned items linked to burglaries in Trimble County and items still to be identified or claimed.  Officers believe the two may have been involved in crimes in each of their jurisdictions.

From Ky. State Police:  The following is a list of unclaimed items that are possibly stolen: a large white porcelain vase, assorted jewelry (rings, necklaces, bracelets, etc), pink quartz ladies watch, small wooden box with "I love you" on it, two Longaberger baskets, green Merit Coin holder containing Buffalo Indian Nickels, small plastic tubes containing pennies, black and silver pocket knife, Brown Frost Cutlery 3 blade pocket knife, black pellet gun,  two black shotgun sleeves containing 3 shotgun shells ( two 16 gauge, one 12 gauge) "passport" brand, HP laptop computer with Ivy Tech State College property sticker.

If you are missing any items that match the items listed above or if you have any information relating to criminal activity by the suspects in this investigation contact the Kentucky State Police Post 5 at (502) 532-6363.

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