The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office recovered several stolen items following an flux in burglaries across the county.

FCSO spokesman Erinn Stone said the sheriff's office has "been hard at work recovering stolen property from the recent string of break-ins occurring" within the county. In the past week, several items were recovered due to these increased efforts, she said.

Among the recovered items included:

A gun, a generator and two side-by-sides (off road utility vehicles) that were stolen from residences in the Mt. Vernon-Enola community. Each of these items were recovered within the county.
A four-wheeler reported stolen by a Cleburne County resident as well as bumper pull camper that was reported missing in Floral were also located in Faulkner County.
Two trucks and a gun taken from the Mt. Vernon-Enola area along with a fifth wheel camper that went missing from a Searcy home were recovered by Faulkner County investigators in Concord.

The value of the recovered items was $67,300 collectively, Stone said.

Two men — 43-year-old Corey Joe Stingley and 32-year-old Aaron Lee Talbert — have been arrested and charged in connection to the string of thefts. Officials believe more arrests are likely to follow.

"There is a possibility of more suspects being charged with the above thefts as the evidence unfolds," Stone said.

Anyone with information reading the aforementioned theft cases is asked to call FCSO's Major Crimes Unit at 501-450-4917. Tipsters can also remain anonymous by submitting information online using the "Crime Tips" tab listed on FCSO's website —