HUDSON FALLS - Hundreds of pieces of jewelry and other valuables were on display at Hudson Falls High School Sunday.
All the items were stolen from homes throughout the North Country and in Vermont. Police are trying to connect the pieces with their rightful owners as they build a case against the accused burglar.
The evidence went on and on all around a room inside the school, all from what Glens Falls police say was their biggest burglary bust ever.
Some residents who believe they were victims came to try identify what might be theirs in a sea of stolen items.
Police say each pile on the tables represents one home.
One of those homes was Carolyn Whitney’s in Washington County. Even after the items have been recovered her home may never feel the same again. But Whitney says she's happy the man accused of being responsible is behind bars.