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Topic - Francesco Venturiello
For five years, someone prowled the rural counties in upstate New York, pilfering pearl necklaces, gold chains, bracelets, coins, silverware and other valuables from an untold number of homes. Now authorities face the daunting task of finding owners of an astonishing 30,000 items discovered in 31 duffel bags after John Suddard's recent arrest.
"I'm hoping," said Francesco Venturiello, whose Schenectady home was burglarized in May.