So far, police have returned 45 stolen items worth more than $11,000

by: SHERWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT - Here are some of the power tools recovered by Sherwood police Aug. 2.Sherwood police have arrested two people they believe broke into area cars and stole thousands of dollars worth of construction equipment.

Shortly before 2:30 a.m. on Aug. 2, Sherwood police responded to a report car break-ins in the area of Willamette Street and Highland Drive. The location is the site of Cannery Row, a 101-home apartment community that is close to completing the first phase of construction.

When police arrived, they saw a suspicious car with two people inside. One of the occupants fled as soon as police arrived but was found a few minutes later, according to Ty Hanlon, a spokesman for the Sherwood Police Department.

Police soon discovered that several cars had been broken into and the construction equipment SHERWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT - Police found numerous tools in the trunk of this car on Aug. 2. Two men were arrested.

They arrested Alonso Miguel Ramirez, 20, of North Plains, and Gijon Camachom, 21, of Dayton. Both men were lodged at the Washington County Jail and charged with first-degree theft and unlawful entry into a motor vehicle.

Hanlon said officers were able to recover 57 items of stolen property from the suspect’s car. Police are still attempting to identify additional victims related to the thefts.

As of Aug. 12, 45 stolen items have been returned to 10 different victims with a total value of more than $11,000.

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