PITTSYLVANIA CO., Va. -

Investigators from Pittsylvania and Campbell Counties are hoping you can help them get what Raymond Hackett took back to its original owner.

Investigators are having property viewings next week for people who think Hackett stole personal belongings.

Campbell County deputies arrested Hackett in November on breaking and entering charges.

He's now at the Blue Ridge Regional Jail.

Investigators from Campbell and Pittsylvania Counties then found guns, jewelry, and electronics in his car and house in Ringgold.

Investigators believe he is linked to about seven break-ins this year in Pittsylvania County.

After stealing from a house, investigators say he tried to sell it at flea markets in Lynchburg, Roanoke, and Danville.

"He was arrested in Campbell County on charges up there and that's what got our interest looking at him. We've linked him to property in Franklin County, in Rockingham County, and in Caswell County," said Molly Motley with the Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office.

Pittsylvania County deputies haven't charged Hackett but they say charges are coming.

People are telling investigators they're missing heirlooms, and irreplaceable gifts they believe Hackett stole.

Anyone who has bought anything from him in the last two years are asked to call police.

They fear most, if not all, of what he sold was stolen.