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Arrests made in Terrebonne camp thefts

Items recovered from several camp burglaries in Terrebonne Parish Items recovered from several camp burglaries in Terrebonne Parish

Terrebonne Parish, La.- Some people who were recently ripped off in Terrebonne Parish could soon be reunited with their stolen property.

This week, deputies booked three suspects on charges they broke into camps in Chauvin and Montegut.

Under arrest are Heather Bergeron, 26, of Gray. Moriah Arceneaux, Bergeron's sister, 20, also of Gray and 48 year old Dwayne Neil of Chauvin.

Friday, investigators put the stolen items on display.

They want camp owners to contact the sheriff's office, if they were recent victims of a camp burglary.

The sheriff's office says the suspects made off with about 30-thousand dollars worth of guns, electronics, fishing equipment, and more.

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