Fort Vermillion RCMP Recover $75,000 worth of Stolen Property

Fort Vermillion, Alberta – Fort Vermillion RCMP have recovered $75,000 worth of stolen property after executing a search warrant on a rural property off of Highway 58.

On June 1, 2017 Fort Vermillion RCMP investigated a break and enter complaint from a resident. Information obtained through the investigation lead members to have sufficient grounds for a search warrant on another property.

On June 5, 2017 Fort Vermillion RCMP executed the search warrant and made entry to the residence and searched the property. As a result of the search the following stolen property was recovered:

  • 2 flat deck trailers
  • A holiday trailer
  • Ride-on lawn mower
  • Electric stove
  • Wood splitter
  • A mower deck
  • 4 industrial size water containers
  • 9 firearms and a cross-bow

A 50 year old male from Fort Vermillion and 47 year old female from Hinton, were arrested on scene and will be facing several Criminal Code charges.

“The execution of this warrant will bring to a close two RCMP files, as the holiday trailer was stolen out of High Level and one of the flat decks was stolen out of Slave Lake”, said Fort Vermillion RCMP Cpl. Greg Beach.

 

For more information click on the link below:

 

http://www.canadapolicereport.ca/2017/06/07/fort-vermillion-rcmp-recover-75000-worth-of-stolen-property/

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