Police investigating motorcycle chop shop in Kitchener
Waterloo regional police are investigating after locating several stolen motorcycles in Kitchener.
According to a release, on Aug. 20, police located a stolen motorcycle at a storage facility.
A search warrant was completed at the storage container and police say they located a motorcycle chop shop.
About 10 motorcycles were recovered along with several others in various states of being dismantled.
On Thursday, Waterloo regional police along with Ontario Provincial Police arrest a 34-year-old Cambridge man in connection with the chop shop.
Police also say they located a stolen trailer, two more motorcycles and several motorcycle parts.
A Cambridge man is facing a slew of charges, including four counts of possession of stolen property, 13 counts of possession of obliterated VIN and several other driving-related offences.
Anyone with information is asked to call police or Crime Stoppers.
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