DARTMOUTH — Dartmouth police on Tuesday morning recovered more than $3,000 worth of goods stolen from a retail store in town, the department stated in a social media post.

Police spokesperson Det. Kyle Costa said the products were stolen in a series of thefts from the Lowe's on Faunce Corner Road, and were found in a pawn shop in Fall River.

The suspect has been identified and summoned to court on charges of larceny over $1,200, Costa added.

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On its official Facebook page, the department lauded its detectives, Crime Analyst Keri Lebeau, and Officer Amanda Tavares for their roles in gathering information and identifying the suspect in the thefts.

A photo of the recovered merchandise shows large boxes containing equipment like leaf blowers and welders.

The goods are worth over $3,000, according to police.

In the post, the department also thanked the Fall River Police Department for its help in recovering the merchandise.

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