Apprehended in Alberta: RCMP arrest two, charge three others following ‘chop shop’ discovery in Leduc, Alta.

Leduc, Alberta — Officers of the Leduc Crime Reduction Unit obtained and executed a search warrant on April 1 to discover nine stolen vehicles, several stolen license plates, VIN fabrication equipment, motor vehicle parts and various firearms, and ammunition on a rural property in Leduc County, Alberta.

The estimated value of the seized and recovered property was estimated at $191,000.

Two individuals were arrested in connection with the discovery–both had outstanding warrants–while three others received joint charges.

The search warrant was assisted by the Leduc RCMP General Investigation Section and Drug Unit, Wetaskiwin RCMP Crime Reduction Unit, the RCMP Emergency Response Team, RCMP Police Dog Services and the RCMP Auto Theft Unit.



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