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The property was from various cases in the city of Marysville, Yuba City, Rancho Cordova and unincorporated areas of Yuba County.
Marysville Police recovered more than $12,500 in miscellaneous hand tools, power tools, a welding cart, and tool boxes that had all been stolen from a burglary at Brandon Brown Handyman Services in Yuba City.
Marysville Police also recovered a Bobcat attachment taken from a job site in the Edgewater area of Yuba County, and a pair of Bobcat attachments taken from a trailer in East Marysville. The equipment was valued at more than $7,500.
During the investigation the police discovered $1,000 worth of fencing materials and approximately $5,900 in tools on the property that had been stolen from the suspects work in Rancho Cordova.
Marysville Police also recovered several other Bobcat attachments, a stolen motorcycle license plate and a Yuba County street sign.
Owners of the stolen property arrived on the scene and identified their recovered property.
Marysville Police arrested 40-year-old Richard Townsend on two counts of auto theft, and four counts of possession of stolen property.
Townsend was already in custody on un-related matters.
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