ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Albuquerque police are trying to track down the owners of enough stolen property to supply a large rock band.
A drum set, numerous electric guitars, amplifiers and an electronic keyboard are among the stolen goods seized last week from the home of 47-year-old Vincent De La Cruz.
Northwest APD impact detectives arrested him last Wednesday, after an undercover buy where he was allegedly trying to sell off even more stolen goods.
"This is a very good bust," Det. Brian Crafton said. "It shows that he's been actively targeting people. It appears to be more on the west side of Albuquerque."
Police were led to De La Cruz by a burglary victim who tracked down some of his stolen stuff on craigslist.
Detectives then set up the undercover buy.
If you recognize any of the items, please call APD's northwest substation.
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