Two Union Township residents were indicted by the Clermont County Grand Jury Friday on 30 counts concerning their involvement in a series of burglaries in Clermont County's Batavia and Stonelick Townships.
Jeff Lindsey, 30, was indicted on 18 counts of burglary which are third degree felonies.
Laura Miller, 31, was indicted on 12 counts of burglary, also third degree felonies.
Officials said from May through the month of July Batavia Township experienced a significant increase in residential burglaries.
According to reports, twenty burglaries were reported between June 15 and July 30 in Batavia Township.
Property stolen from these residences included jewelry and small electronics.
The investigation found that Lindsey and Miller also committed a number of burglaries in Brown and Hamilton Counties, said police.
Reports showed a large amount of jewelry was recovered from the Clermont County residence where Lindsey and Miller reside.
Police said Lindsey and Miller estimated to be in excess of $50,000.
Investigators are currently working with homeowners in an attempt to identify and return the jewelry.
Both suspects are currently incarcerated in the Brown County Jail and have been indicted there and in Hamilton County on similar charges.