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Saanich police look for stolen First Nations art, Inuit carvings worth $60K

Police say the artwork was taken from a home in Gordon Head
The Saanich Police Department is looking for a number of stolen First Nations art pieces valued at over $60,000. (Saanich Police)

The Saanich Police Department is investigating the theft of a collection of First Nations art valued at more than $60,000.

On April 2, the art, which includes several pieces by artist Calvin Mareberg and Inuit carvings estimated to be over 60 years old, was stolen from a residence in Gordon Head.

Among the art pieces include a large sun, a large moon, a wolf mask, a raven mask, a woman’s face and an Inuit carving of a woman’s head.

Anyone who has seen the art or have information related to the investigation are urged to call Saanich police at 250-475-4321 or email

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