Investigator Derek Franco was working a theft case involving some property stolen from property near the intersection of FM Roads 351 and 673.
A caller had reported that someone had taken a Kawaski Mule and an E-Z-GO work horse, a ranch golf cart.
Franco said the items were discovered missing on July 12.
The victim said he had the equipment stored on some property he had been working on recently.
During the investigation, Investigator Adam Levine received a tip last week that there was some property at the Tripoli Road that might have been stolen.
Deputies went to the house in question Friday and discovered several items that appeared to have been stolen, including parts of the stolen Mule. Investigators said they did not find the golf cart
Two men were in custody Friday but they had not been formally charged with the thefts.
If deputies find the evidence they need, the suspects face charges of theft of property, $1,500 -$20,000.
If convicted of the state jail felony charge, the suspects face up to two years in a state jail facility and fines of $10,000.
Franco asked anybody who might have some information that could help convict the suspects to call the Bee County Sheriff’s Office at 362-3221 or Bee County Crime Stoppers at 362-0206.
Investigators were happy that they at least will be able to return some stolen property.
“Any time you can get stuff back to a victim, that’s a good day,” Levine said.