A box of cremated remains and several military hats are among numerous stolen items recently recovered by the Fort Collins Police Services, according to a Facebook announcement from the department.

Police are asking for help identifying the owner of the stolen items.

The military hats have a "VFW 1087" emblem, and the name on the box containing the remains reads, "George A. Smith." The funeral service provider "Chapel of Chimes" is also listed on the box. 

Military hats recovered by Fort Collins Police Department
Courtesy Fort Collins Police Department

Fort Collins Police Services said the items were likely stolen sometime in the last three months during a burglary in Fort Collins or Loveland, the post said.

Fort Collins police ask anyone with information to contact Officer Werder at 970-221-6555.

According to the Police Service, 53-year-old Raymond Gefroh was taken into custody for the theft. He was first stopped by Fort Collins police for a traffic violation and then arrested on drug charges, police said. The items were found in the vehicle - police said they don't know if the car was his or if it was associated with the original theft.

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