Patrol officers, detectives, and members of the Community Impact Unit and Special Response Unit worked together on the investigation, which included crime analysis, stationary and mobile surveillance, and “digital intelligence,” the release said.
Police are working to locate the owners of the stolen property.
Mizioch is believed to have acted alone.
Mizioch will also face charges of receiving stolen property over $250 and larceny by false pretense in Lynnfield. Those charges are in relation to his sale of jewelry to the Lynnfield pawn shop, according to the release.
The investigation was commanded by Capt. Thomas Griffin and Lt. Stephen Bona and led by Gaudet under the supervision of Detective Sgt. Kristian Hanson. Also involved in the investigation were officers Michael Levesque, William Jennings, Robert Phelan, Robert Cunningham, Deni Gaito and Thomas Pelletier; Sgts. Harry Rocheville and Dennis King; and Detectives Thomas Brennan, Charlene Sano, Brian St. Pierre and Kevin St. Pierre.