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Trio accused of stealing old photos, vacuum cleaner

Steven Townley (Source: Brown County Sheriff's Office) Steven Townley (Source: Brown County Sheriff's Office)
Amber Johnson (Source: Brown County Sheriff's Office) Amber Johnson (Source: Brown County Sheriff's Office)
Lyndsay Donaldson (Source: Brown County Sheriff's Office) Lyndsay Donaldson (Source: Brown County Sheriff's Office)

Three people are facing theft charges in Brown County.

The Brown County Sheriff's Office received a report of a breaking and entering at a vacant residence near Hamersville on March 24. Items stolen from the residence included family photos from the early 1900's, graduations photos from 1929, stacks of mail dating back to 1934 and an old vacuum cleaner.

During the course of the investigation, it was discovered that the items had been sold for $100.00 and the stolen items were recovered. 

The Brown County Sheriff's Office has filed felony charges on three suspects.  Two of the suspects, Amber Johnson, 24, and Lyndsay Donaldson, 23, both of Williamsburg, turned themselves in to the Sheriff's Office on March 26 and have been charged with Breaking and Entering and Theft, both 5th degree felonies. 

Both subjects remain incarcerated at the Brown County Adult Detention Center on a $5,000.00 bond.

The third suspect has been identified as Steven Townley, 42, whose last known address was Lower Cumberland Road, Williamsburg, Ohio.  Townley is still at large. 

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Steven Townley are asked to contact the Brown County Sheriff's Office Investigation Unit at 937-378-4435 Ext. 114.

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