Cherry Hill police are hoping victims of a string of burglaries throughout the region will be able to identify stolen goods allegedly taken by a Bonnie and Clyde duo dating back to December 2006.

And they have set up a website to help victims search for their missing items.

The burglary ring hit homes in South Jersey and Southeastern Pennsylvania, including Cherry Hill and Galloway Townships in New Jersey and Upper and Lower Moreland Townships across the River.

Stolen items included electonics, coin collections, purses, tools, electronic game systems, CD's, DVD's, notebook computers, cell phones, jewelry boxes, perfume, sports memorabilia, and model cars and trains.

"These two have been all over the place," said Cherry Hill Police Det. Kyle Brooks. "If it could be carried out of a house these two people took it."

Brooks said Bradley Marter, 42, and his girlfriend Maria Dowling, 35, of the 4700 block of Sheffield Street in Philadelphia, were charged following an investigation by Cherry Hill police.

They were arrested first in February, released, and then rearrested last month.

When they were taken into custody in May, the two were staying in motel in New Jersey and using a storage locker in Atlantic County to hide their loot.

The duo is currently being held in the Atlantic County jail.

The website can be accessed by going to www.cherryhillpolice.com and clicking on the "Recovered Stolen Property" icon on the left.