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By Dwight Ford

 

Police are looking for public assistance and taking crime stoppers calls as they continue to investigate two theft cases which date back to incidents last month.

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The most recent is believed to have occurred sometime between May 28th and 31st, and involves the theft of a stereo system, with an estimated value of more than $3,000. The vehicle was parked in a locked compound, in the 9,400 block of 102nd street.

Meantime, sometime between May 12th and 16th, a yellow, 2007 Cat, diesel skid steer, Model 287-B, with an estimated value of $80,000, was taken from a worksite located near the Key Learning Centre on 99th avenue.

The crime stoppers toll free number is 1-800-222-8477 and information can also be provided on-line at www.crimestoppersfsj.ca.

 

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