On Nov. 6 the Williams Lake RCMP seized a number of items during a search warrant they believe are stolen

RCMP seize items they believe may have been stolen

During a search warrant Williams Lake RCMP located items they believe may have been stolen.

  • Nov. 19, 2012 6:00 p.m.

On November 6  the Williams Lake RCMP executed a search warrant at a residence located within the City of Williams Lake in relation to an investigation into a recent break and enter. In the course of the search, a number of items were located that the police believe are stolen but may not have been reported as such or the owner does not yet know are missing. The items in question are a black iPhone in an Otterbox case, a red and black RCA portable DVD player, a Sony car stereo, an XM satellite radio, a set of keys which appear to be for an ATV or motorbike, a Garmin Niuvi portable GPS, and a Tom-Tom portable GPS.

If you believe any of these items are yours, please contact Cpl. Jason Pole at the Williams Lake RCMP Detachment or at 250 392-6211.


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