Albion police make arrest with string of larcenies and burglaries
Stolen property recovered, additional persons of interest identified
Press Release, Albion Police Chief Roland Nenni
ALBION – The Albion Police Department has made an arrest in relation to the ongoing investigation regarding the larcenies and burglaries that have occurred over the past several weeks in the northeast side of the Village of Albion.
Search warrants were executed at two locations in the Village of Albion on Saturday with one search warrant executed today in the City of Batavia.
A large quantity of stolen property was recovered as a result of the search warrants and additional persons of interest have been identified.
The case is ongoing with additional arrests expected. The names of those arrested, wanted or other persons of interest are not being released at this time. A more complete press release will be done when the investigation is closer to being completed.
The Albion Police are asking anyone who may have had items stolen, regardless if they have filed a police report, to contact the Albion Police Department at 585-589-5627 to identify and recover their stolen property.
The Albion Police were assisted by the Batavia Police Department, Batavia Police Emergency Response Team and the Genesee County Drug Task Force.
Anyone with information regarding the crimes is asked to call the Albion Police Department at 585-589-5627.