Grande Prairie RCMP find over $1 million in stolen property

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The Grande Prairie RCMP along with other regional RCMP detachments have discovered an acreage southwest of Grande Prairie with over $1,000,000 in stolen property. 

On December 1, the RCMP attended the acreage after an extensive investigation.  The acreage was well known to police and has an extensive history of property related offences. 

During the investigation, over 40 stolen vehicles were recovered along with a large variety of work related items including various tools and generators. The original value of the property is believed to be in excess of $1,000,000.

The RCMP are currently in the process of identifying the lawful owners of the recovered property.  Due to the sheer volume of the items seized by police, the process will take some time.  The RCMP have not said where the stolen property is from, but are asking any recent victims of theft to keep any police file numbers, serial numbers, or other information pertaining to your stolen items, easily available in the event that you are contacted by police.

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The investigation into this property is continuing.

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