Arrests were made after a stolen welder, welding helmet and power cord were found online.
Rogers County Sheriff's Office said an individual advised them he had located his stolen items on the website offerup.com.
The items had been reported stolen Sunday and were reportedly spotted on the site Tuesday.
"[The victim] contacted the person selling the items on offerup.com and told him he was interested in purchasing the welder. Rogers County Investigators arranged to purchase the stolen items," according to RCSO records. "James Saviski and Gregory Marlin pulled in to the parking lot at the arranged time and in the vehicle the suspects stated they would be driving."
The two were detained.
Investigator Baker asked Saviski if he had anything on him that he needed to know about. Saviski reportedly said said, "Yes, I have a gun, I have a gun in my boot."
A records check revealed the firearm had been reported stolen in Rogers County on Monday.
The welder, welding helmet and power cord were located in the back of their vehicle, along with a Stihl chainsaw that had also been reported stolen in a separate Rogers County burglary.
Records show Saviski is a convicted felon and is currently on probation with the Department of Corrections for burglary, knowingly concealing stolen property and auto theft.
RCSO shows both are facing charges of charges of possession of stolen property.
Marlin's bond was set at $9,000 while Saviski's is $52,000.