2 classic cars among $179,000 worth of stolen property found at home near Walkerton
Two classic cars and a hydraulic dump trailer are among several stolen vehicles seized by police from a residence near Walkerton.
In a media release, provincial police said they executed a search warrant at a home along Concession 10 in Culross Township on Thursday May 19.
Police said they recovered a “large quantity” of stolen property including:
- 2 classic cars
- 1 pickup truck
- 1 hydraulic dump trailer
- 1 car hauler trailer
- 2 enclosed trailers.
Police said the value of the stolen property is estimated to be more than $179,000.
A 39-year-old from Huron-Kinloss Township is now charged with 10 counts of possession of property obtained by crime.
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