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Police Recover $300,000 In Stolen Goods From Abbotsford Property

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 11 Jul, 2019
  • Police Recover $300,000 In Stolen Goods From Abbotsford Property

On July 8, 2019, Abbotsford Police patrol officers observed a stolen flat deck truck transporting an excavator onto a residential property in the 1200 blk of Columbia Road.

 

Upon further investigation, additional stolen items were located on the property. A 45 year old man was arrested for possession of stolen property.


The execution of search warrants resulted in the seizure of over $300,000 of stolen property (including excavating equipment, commercial tractor trailer units, bobcats, trailers, jet ski, and vehicles), illicit drugs (including suspected heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine ) and five firearms (located in a stolen camper trailer).


This is an active investigation. Abbotsford Police investigators continue efforts to return the recovered stolen property to its rightful owners. Additional information may be provided as this investigation develops.

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