RCMP seek owner of recovered tools

Tools were found in a stolen truck

RCMP are hoping to find the owner of stolen tools recovered at the beginning of March. (Photo supplied.)

Red Deer RCMP are looking for the owner of tools that were recovered from a stolen truck on March 7.

The tools designed for working on or with heavy equipment were recovered from a bed of a truck that was stolen out of Red Deer on March 1. Items recovered include a large compressed oxygen tank, a foot-operated hydraulic pump and numerous smaller items such as ratchets that appear suitable for mechanical work on heavy duty equipment.

RCMP say the theft of tools likely occurred sometime between March 1 to 7 but have not been able to match the recovered items to any reports of stolen tools.

If you were the victim of the theft of heavy duty equipment tools, please contact Red Deer RCMP Exhibits staff at 403-406-2574 from Monday to Thursday between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. and Friday between 8 a.m. and 3:30 pm. You will be asked to provide descriptions and details of the various items to prove ownership.

 

RCMP are hoping to find the owner of stolen tools recovered at the beginning of March. (Photo supplied)

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