The Natrona County Sheriff's Office is still looking for one of the two suspects in the rash of burglaries of cabins at Alcova Reservoir two weekends ago, but it has recovered three items.

Specifically, deputies found a television, a flashlight and a hat, according to the results of search warrants filed in Natrona County Circuit Court.

They executed the search warrants on Nov. 15 at the residences of Chris Wallace where they found the television and hat; and Adrian Sixfeathers, where they found the Shadowhawk X800 flashlight.

They were among items reported stolen during burglaries of 24 cabins on Pelican Ridge, Rocky Shore and Jakes Run roads at Alcova on Nov. 12-13. The value of the stolen items and damages to cabins is estimated between $20,000 and $28,000.

Wallace, 17, was arrested last week and charged as an adult. He was identified in an image captured by a game camera set up by a cabin renter. Wallace named Sixfeathers, 19, as his accomplice during an interview by deputies. The Sheriff's Office still is looking for Sixfeathers, Sgt. Aaron Shatto said Wednesday.

On Nov. 15, deputies learned Wallace lived with his grandmother in the 1500 block of Custer Avenue, conducted a protective sweep of the residence and saw the 60-inch flat screen television. Deputies then requested a search warrant for the television and the other items.

Wallace told deputies some of the stolen items were at Sixfeathers' residence in the 700 block of South Beverly Street. The items included two guns, a box with a telescope, and burglar's tools. Wallace also said Sixfeathers lived with convicted felons who are not allowed to have firearms.

According to the return of inventory and receipt accompanying the search warrant, deputies found a flashlight. There was no mention of the other items.