Robert Cunningham and Joshalyn Rutherford (Source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -
The Colerain Township Police Department has arrested two people for six attempted burglaries and possessing criminal tools.
Robert Cunningham and Joshalyn Rutherford, of Woodlawn, were apprehended after attempting to gain entry into several homes in Colerain Township. They were in court on Thursday morning, where Rutherford's bond was set at $130,000 and Cunningham's was set at $460,000.
They are believed to be responsible for dozens of home burglaries dating back to 2010 in both Hamilton and Butler counties. On Friday, cops displayed all of the items that were recovered.
Additional charges are pending.
If you believe you are a victim of the burglaries, call the Colerain Township Police Department at Phone: (513)385-7500.
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