Lawrence Police continue to review several items and online records seized last week in a stolen property investigation related to Yellow House Store.
"There's a great deal of different leads that we have to follow, and that will take some time," Sgt. Dan Ward said.
On Dec. 2, police executed two search warrants at the resale shop the Yellow House Store, 1904 Mass., and the home of the store's owners, Guy and Carrie Neighbors.
During the search, officers said they recovered items from the store and home suspected to be stolen.
The Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Postal Inspector's Office and Target Corp. have helped police during the investigation.
No arrests have been made, and police have declined to identify any targets or suspects in the ongoing investigation.
After their home and store in Lawrence were searched, Guy and Carrie Neighbors denied that they ever knowingly purchased or sold stolen property.
The couple said on Friday that they did not hear from police this week while business continued at their stores in Lawrence and Topeka.
"I had a lot of people coming in and supporting me," Carrie Neighbors said.
The couple have bought and resold appliances and other items for about 25 years in Lawrence. They first operated out of their home and later opened the store. They also sell items on the Internet.
Guy Neighbors said they have also looked at possible changes in the way they operate as a means for protection.
"We're trying to keep up with the evolution of our business so that we appear to be an honest business, which is what we are," he said.
The couple plan to cooperate with police in the investigation, Guy Neighbors said.
The investigation could last a month or longer because police are also searching e-mail activity, online purchasing records and banking records, Ward said.