Edmonton police may have your stolen goods from Delta

Are you missing some stolen property?

If so, then Edmonton Police could have what you are looking for.

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The Edmonton Police Service is seeking the original owners of property which is believed to be stolen, following the arrest of three suspects in a reportedly stolen vehicle.

Investigators believe the individuals committed a series of crimes across B.C. and Alberta from late 2016 to early 2019, beginning in the Lower Mainland and moving through the southern interior of B.C and southern Alberta, until they were arrested in Edmonton.

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As a result, the personal items recovered may belong to citizens from several communities in either province, including but not limited to, Delta, Surrey, Langley, Vancouver, Squamish, Okotoks, Calgary and Edmonton.

Among the recovered personal items were numerous pieces of jewelry, specialty spoons, comic books stamps and a camera. Police believe that these items, along with many of the recovered identity and financial documents, were stolen during break-and-enters or thefts from vehicles. Often only a small number of these items are listed as stolen. While some recovered items were returned to their owners, several remain unclaimed.

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Additional photos of the recovered stolen property can be found on the EPS Pinterest page in hopes the original owners will come forward and claim them. Anyone who believes the stolen property may belong to them is encouraged to email EPSPinterest@edmontonpolice.ca.

Following the arrest and subsequent investigation, 130 charges were laid against three suspects.

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