More than $30K in stolen equipment recovered in Randolph Co.

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RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Deputies say they recovered more than $30,000 worth of stolen lawn and building equipment from a home in Randolph County. 

In a news release from the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, deputies said they, along with officers with the Thomasville Police Department, searched a home at 1267 Beverly Hills Drive in High Point on Tuesday. While the home has a High Point address, it is located in Randolph County.

During the search, deputies said they found an estimated $26,000 worth of power tools, lawn equipment, building supplies and materials. 

While investigators have not yet tracked down all the rightful owners of the property, the items are believed to have been stolen from various locations across Thomasville, High Point, Greensboro, and Randolph County, deputies said. 

Deputies said they also found another $5,000 in construction materials that was specifically Thomasville business. 

Authorities have not identified any suspects in connection with the thefts. 

No other details were provided. 

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