“It's really a one of a kind piece it's just really special,” said Gil Perry.
Ellen Sidor is a stone carver. Three months of her work was stolen.
“I thought I'd never see any of it," said Sidor. "It's wonderful. The Pima County Sheriff's Department should be congratulated. My house was broken into twice in 2012.”
Detective Hans Goritz said the items come from 50 to 100 burglaries. Some date back to 2008. He says it's one of the largest hauls of stolen items found.
“I've seen some people tearing up and crying today a lot of joy and satisfaction closure that they are able to get their stuff back,” said Gortiz.
The victims aren't getting their items back right away because of the court proceedings that follow.
The items that go unclaimed by the end of the exchange will be held for another 30 days. After that, anyone can bid on the items at propertyroom.com.