Joshua Morrison/News Danville Police Department’s Lt. Mark Perkins and Chief Dan Weckesser look over the items recovered recently from home burglaries in Danville.

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DANVILLE — Danville area residents will want to check their stash of valuables.

Danville Police investigating burglary complaints have identified a suspect and have taken a table full of jewelry, currency, watches and coins into evidence. Some of the owners have been identified, but it is not known where many of the other items were taken, Danville Police Officer Mark Perkins, said.

Charges against the suspect are under review, Knox County Prosecuting Attorney Chip McConville said.

Perkins said the items are believed to have been taken in multiple home invasions. Perkins said it is possible the owners of the recovered items are not aware that they have been burglarized.

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