Langley RCMP are looking for a stolen trailer, but have found a shopping cart full of stolen tools and goods.
Sometime between the night of Aug. 29 and the morning of Sept. 2, a thief took a utility trailer from the 2100 block of 79A Avenue in Willoughby, said Cpl. Holly Marks, spokesperson for the Langley RCMP. The trailer is a galvanized steel utility box from Home Depot, worth about $1,200.
It may still have the original license plate of UBV 97D, or it may have been swapped out by the thief, said Marks.
Anyone with information on the missing trailer is being asked to call the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.
In better news, police recovered a shopping cart full of apparently stolen tools were found the grounds of Shortreed Elementary.
Recovered were: a Mastercraft Drill (in a case with a spare battery) a Jobmate tool kit with a variety of hand tools Three screw drivers with two sets of keys attached a Delta grinder (tool bag attached with a variety of tools) Also recovered was a red RL BMX bike and a black sweatshirt with the logo for Flying Monkey's Motorcycle Club on the back.
If you think any or all of these items may belong to you, you can call the RCMP.
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