Stolen pickup leads to stockpile of pilfered goods in Surrey

Police seize thousands of dollars in merchandise, including a Jaguar and a motorhome; Looking for rightful owners.

After following a stolen pickup to a Surrey home this month

Tracking a stolen pickup truck led police to thousands of dollars worth of pilfered merchandise in Surrey.

On Aug. 11, the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team (IMPACT) and Surrey RCMP followed the driver of a stolen Nissan pickup through the Guildford area.

They followed the female driver to a residence near 100 Avenue and 138 Street where she was arrested.

While there, they found five other stolen vehicles, including a Jaguar and a motorhome.

Upon searching the home, police found a huge cache of other stolen merchandise including welders, power tools, generators, car parts/rims, high end bicycles, audio equipment, boat motor, guitars and tool kits.

The investigation is continuing and charges are pending on the female driver, as well as other individuals located at the property.

IMPACT is in the process of identifying the owners of the items seized.

A video of the goods and more photos are available to view at http://bit.ly/1s6d570. If you believe anything belongs to you,  contact Const. Daymon Skelton at 778-290-3689. Be prepared to provide proof of ownership in order for the item(s) to be released.

 

Surrey North Delta Leader

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