Prince George's County Police will hold a second display of silver, jewels, furs and antique China recovered in an investigation of the so-called Silver Gang burglaries of homes throughout the Washington area.
People who believe they may be able to identify property stolen from their homes should come to the viewing tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Second District Station, between Bowie and Upper Marlboro about one mile south of Central Avenue on Southbound Crain Highway (Rte. 301).
No property will be released to anyone who cannot prove ownership, police said. Proof such as bills of sale, serial numbers and police reports will be required.
The allegedly stolen property was recovered Oct. 27 at the home of Edwin C. Loureiro in Oxon Hill, police said. He was charged with receiving stolen and has been released on $100,000 bond.
More than 800 items, valued at between $100,000 and $300,000 were recovered. The items on display tomorrow are the same as those display Nov. 17, with the exception of those identified by owners. More than half of the items displayed in November were identified and returned to their owners, police report.