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Police arrest 2 in possession of stolen camera equipment

By Pat Reavy | Posted - Jan. 20, 2012 at 11:46 a.m.


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SALT LAKE CITY — Police discovered about $6,000 worth of stolen property Wednesday, including camera equipment, in a hotel near the Salt Lake City International Airport.

A search warrant was served at room 236 at Amelia's Hospitality Inn & Suites, 5575 W. Amelia Earhart Drive, according to police. Bountiful investigators looking for a wanted person in that room called Salt Lake detectives after discovering what they believed were stolen items.

Approximately $6,000 worth of stolen property believed to have been taken from multiple burglaries, including camera equipment stolen that day from a car in the hotel parking lot, was seized, police said.

Investigators say the problem they're having now is returning the stolen merchandise to owners because many of the victims didn't write down their serial numbers.

Zachary Paul Hadfield, 21, and Erica A. Bylund, 33, were arrested for investigation of possession of stolen property.

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