One of the knives that was stolen.

Nazi items stolen from Red Deer shop

Red Deer RCMP say Nazi daggers and medals were stolen from a city antique shop on Monday.

Red Deer RCMP say Nazi daggers and medals were stolen from a city antique shop on Monday.

The break-in occurred at the Red Deer Antique Mall on Monday. Police issued a release on Friday including photographs of some of the missing items.

RCMP say at approximately 6 a.m. on Monday, a male suspect broke into the mall through a back door, broke the glass in two display cases and made off with the items.

The items include Nazi medals, badges and pins, a statue of an eagle and swastika, a Luftwaffe dress dagger, a Rad dagger and a parade bayonet.

RCMP urge anyone who encounters these items or who has information that will help identify the suspect to call police at 403-343-5575. Anyone who wishes to remain anonymous can call 1-800-222-8477 or report it online at www.tipsubmit.com.

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