North Cow/Duncan RCMP have many stolen goods, looking for owners
North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP have a ton of goods that are believed to be stolen and they want the owners to claim their stuff.
Police say Matthew Ditta of Duncan is facing over 30 charges after the items were found in a home on Marchmont Road earlier this month.
They say the goods were stolen between last November and January 5th.
If you believe you may be the owner of one or more of these items, please be prepared to give a detailed description of the item and how it was lost.
You can then contact the RCMP at 250-748-5522 regarding the item.
Here is a full list.
-Makita hand tools
-Milwaukee hand tools
-New electric shaver
-Telephone “Test set”
-Pandora bracelet, jewellery
-High end men’s dress watch
-Numerous hand tools
-Wall paintings, portraits, antique wall hangings
-Flat screen tv’s
-Metal Dolly/ lift truck
-commercial grade ladder
-Portable keyboard for tablet with tablet
-Antique recording device
-Antique candle holders
-German bread maker
-Two way radios
-Animal figurines and statues