Theft of Bobcat Attachment in Charlie Lake

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The local CrimeStoppers website in a posting this week confirms, the RCMP is still looking for a suspect in the unique theft of a Bobcat attachment.

It notes that police received an April 13th report, that sometime in the previous month, an eight foot hydraulic brush attachment was taken from a property on the Quigley Frontage Road in Charlie Lake.

It’s described as black with blue brush bristles, and its estimated value is in the area of five thousand dollars.

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Police are taking anonymous public information assistance calls at the toll CrimeStoppers number: 1-800-222-8477.

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