Do you live or work in the Sand Lake area of Guilderland? Are you missing anything? Power tools, generator, ATV?

On Tuesday August 9th, there was a report of equipment stolen from a construction site in Guilderland. Soon after officers started their investigation it appears that many items had been stolen in addition to those reported. If you have been missing anything, police may have located your property. Here's what was taken and who is suspected of the crimes.

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On Wednesday August 10th, New York State Police teamed up with Guilderland Police Department to investigate a report of larceny. The investigation lead officers to a property in the area of Route 43 in Sand Lake.

Take a look at the pictures below. These are items believed to have been stolen by the suspects. We will get to the 3 accused in a moment. First see if any of these belong to you or if you have information contact State Police via email at CrimeTip@troopers.ny.gov.

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During this investigation it was revealed that 3 individuals live on the property where the stolen items were found. Kristopher R. Bradford, 41, of Sand Lake, Natasha C. Ryan, 33, of Sand Lake and John E. Tybush II, 35, of Troy were taken into custody.

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Kristopher R. Bradford, John E. Tybush II and Natasha C. Ryan have been charged with:

  • 2 counts of criminal possession of stolen property, 3rd degree
  • 2 counts of illegal possession of a vehicle identification numbers
  • Conspiracy in the fifth degree

Bradford was also charged with:

  • Criminal possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree

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