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Police looking for owners of stolen goods found at squatters camp

RCMP is now looking to return a load of stolen property to its rightful owners. A makeshift camp near Resources Road and 68th Avenue was shut down by officers Saturday morning, and everything from computers to power tools was turned up.

A list of what was found can be found below, and if you think something might be yours, you’re asked to send an email to [email protected] with a serial number or something unique about the item to match. Include your name, date of birth and a contact number as well, but don’t call the detachment.

Five people are now facing charges of stolen property and posession of break and enter tools. 45 year old James Puls, 37 year old Nathan Walker, 21 year old Colton Brady and Starr Alise are now in police custody. 23 year old Mckayla Cardinal has been released on a no-cash bail, and all five will appear in court Wednesday.

The property seized at the site include:

  • Corsair Gaming Computer
  • Acer Aspire E1
  • Acer Aspire One
  • HP Computer
  • Sony VAIO
  • Computer Fan
  • IPHONE/IPOD Screens- replacement (4)
  • Case of Hockey Cards
  • Various USB Drives
  • 18 Cell Phones
  • Automotive Oil Filter Socket Set
  • Socket Set (4)
  • Label Maker (2)
  • Power Tools (2)
  • Dewalt Power Screwdriver
  • Recip Saw
  • Dremel Tool
  • Spade Handled Drill
  • Table Saw
  • Nail gun
  • Solder Gun Kit
  • Remote Control Helicopter
  • AV Receiver (Electronics)

Any bikes that were found have been turned over to Enforcement Services.

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