Calgary police look to return stolen property after large seizure
Watches, perfume and tools among items seized
Police are trying to reunite Calgarians with their property after recovering a large stash of stolen goods in February.
Officers had impounded a vehicle after citizens reported suspicious activity in a store and parking lot in the 8000 block of Coventry Hills Blvd. N.W. Police noticed a significant amount of property in a truck and determined the vehicle was not registered.
- MORE CALGARY NEWS | 'What is my daughter doing in Iran?' Calgary mother fights for girl's return
- MORE CALGARY NEWS | 32 C and hotter: Southern Alberta communities under heat warnings
Police carried out a search warrant on the vehicle on Feb. 2 and found drugs, break-and-enter tools, electronics, jewelry and a firearm.
Much of the property has been returned to the rightful owners, but police are still seeking other people to come forward and claim their items.
A 36-year-old Calgary man has been charged with one count of possession of a weapon contrary to a prohibition order, two counts of breach of recognizance, one count of possession of break-and-enter tools and one count of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.
The full gallery of stolen items can be found on the Calgary police's Flickr page.
- MORE ALBERTA NEWS | Teen sought after poplar fuzz fire spreads to Red Deer mobile homes
- MORE ALBERTA NEWS | Alberta premier's office spent same amount as Alison Redford's staff