Victoria Constable Kevin Nystedt talks to the media about a large cache of recovered stolen property they are hoping to return to their rightful owners.

Is it yours?

The police recovered a large cache of stolen property last Friday and are looking for the rightful owners.

Following a major property crime arrest on the weekend, VicPD’s Street Crime Unit is hoping to return a large cache of recovered stolen property to its rightful owners. Stolen goods were recovered from a search warrant that was executed on Friday in the 1100-block of Caledonia Ave. Three people were arrested, including a 27-year-old man, a 29-year-old-woman and a 23-year-old woman. The arrests came following a series of break and enters in the area, with the Regional Crime Unit assisting VicPD investigators. For inquiries Call Constable Kevin Nystedt at 250 995-7394 or e mail him at



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