Everything from razor blades to a dining room set and high-end electronic gear was seized during a police sting in Red Deer last month, court heard on Tuesday.
The property, reported stolen from stores across Alberta and British Columbia, amounted to more than $100,000 when a search warrant was executed on Iverson Close in Inglewood and two people charged.
Carla Chilton, 23, of Lacombe, made her first court appearance and was ordered to return Wednesday on six counts of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000, two counts of possession of break-in instruments and one count of mischief to data by attempting to destroy anti-theft monitors.
Ricardo Hudson, 30, of Red Deer, appeared briefly in court on Tuesday and returns Wednesday as well.
He faces five counts of possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000; two counts of possession of break-in instruments; one count of possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000; and one count of mischief to data.
Hudson remains in custody while Chilton was released earlier.
More than 2,500 new DVD and Blu-Ray discs, scores of televisions, various video games including Wii games and Xbox 360, and a number of computers were taken out of the residence. Some $2,500 in cash was also seized, court heard.
Police said earlier that the stolen goods came from numerous communities.
The goods were for sale.