ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police investigating a home burglary case, including the theft of an AK-47, got a big break when a couple allegedly tried sell the items.
Jesse Daily and Chloe Wells were in court Sunday on numerous charges, including receiving stolen property.
According to a criminal complaint, Daily and Wells tried to sell the stolen items, to include clothes, shoes, belts, make-up, bed sheets and a laundry basket to Buffalo Exchange on Central Avenue.
Police say Wells still had the victim's bracelets and a gold ring with two diamonds on her when police were called.
The total value of the stolen goods is more than $10,000.
The complaint states the victim had already called Buffalo Exchange about the theft and that's how the store knew to call police.
Wells told police she was going to use the money for drugs.
According to the complaint the AK-47, two TVs and a computer are still missing.
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