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Caleb Kastrup and John King face second-degree burglary complaints. Caleb Kastrup and John King face second-degree burglary complaints.

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TULSA, OK -- Tulsa Police detectives trace two suspected burglars through Craig's List and now they're in jail.

Officers recovered $8,000 - $9,000 worth of tools, stolen from two electric shops.  They found the merchandise for sale online.       

Police decided to take the tools off their hands and reunite the loot with the rightful owners.

"Times are tough right now, and getting our stuff back and them in custody off the streets so they can't do it to anybody else is actually very nice," said Chance Bush with Graybar Electric.

John King and Caleb Kastrup face second-degree burglary complaints.

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