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KENNETT, MO (KAIT) - Hundreds of items have been recovered after Pemiscot County Authorities arrested Kennett resident Lisa Williams for burglary. The items come from several break in's from storage units all the way from Jonesboro to Risco, Missouri.

Dunklin County Sheriff Bob Holder said they've been interviewing others they believe were also involved.

The Dunklin County Sheriff's Department worked closely with several other surrounding communities during the investigation after a rash of storage unit break in's. Hundreds of recovered items are at the Dunklin County Sheriff's Department, but Holder said there is still more to be picked up.

"We've picked up four trailer loads locally on 18-foot trailers and a couple of pickup trucks," said Holder. "We've got quite a bit of merchandise and we're not through yet."

Sheriff Holder is asking surrounding communities to check storage units to make sure no items have gone missing. If so, contact your local police department and they will work together to see if they've recovered any specific items. 

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