1. A judge issues a search warrant.
2. The police serve the search warrant and
3. Seach the premises or area specified for the item or items specified.
Please note, the search warrant is a piece of paper, it is not capable of performing human tasks....such as searching. That is done by police officers, real humans.
To state in your news story that "several stolen items were seized during the search warrant" is not correct. The items were seized during a "search", NOT a search warrant.
Oh, and by the way, it's Daylight SAVING time. There is no S on SAVING. Check your AP Style book for that.....it's over in the corner of the news room.....under the lipgloss and eye makeup.