Searches of two locations in El Dorado County have turned up stolen property with an estimated value of more than $50,000, according to sheriff’s officials. Sheriff’s detectives and members of the sheriff’s special enforcement detail on Wednesday served search warrants at two locations in Pollock Pines. One was a residence in the 4500 block of Pony Express Trail, and the other, a storage container in the 5900 block of Pony Express Trail, according to a Sheriff’s Office news release. Through several months of investigation, detectives linked the storage container to the residence’s occupants, officials said. When they searched the storage container, detectives found stolen property belonging to four different victims of burglaries that occurred in the Placerville, Pollock Pines and Pleasant Valley areas. They also found approximately five pounds of dried and prepared marijuana, as well as items commonly used in methamphetamine production, according to the news release. The investigation led to the arrest of Teresa Lee, 42, of Pollock Pines on suspicion of possessing stolen property, possessing more than 28.5 grams of marijuana and manufacturing controlled substances. Also arrested was Seth Fuentes, 39. Fuentes, who is on parole, is accused of possessing instruments used to inject or smoke controlled substances. Stolen property recovered in the searches included Thomas Kinkade paintings, numerous generators, power tools, an off-road dune buggy, antiques and collectibles, according to the news release. Officials said numerous items have yet to be claimed. Detectives will schedule a public viewing of the recovered items for property crime victims.