Tisdale RCMP recovers several snowmobiles in Arborfield

ARBORFIELD — The Tisdale RCMP and Carrot River RCMP have recovered stolen items at an Arborfield property.

The Tisdale RCMP, who led the investigation, received a report of stolen snowmobiles as a result of two break and enters.

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The snowmobiles in an enclosed trailer were recovered at the residence.

Charges have been laid and the investigation is currently ongoing.

“In the process of helping them with their investigation it led to recovery of more property and we’re in the process of confirming if it’s stolen and if we can identify the owners,” said Sgt. Richard Tonge with the Carrot River RCMP.

“We have recovered a stolen ATV and we’re in the process of working with the owner to return it to them,” he said.

“For some of these property things, you make progress on one file and multiple files start tying together.”

The arrest occurred on Jan. 12.

From Jan. 8 to 22 the Tisdale RCMP responded to 66 calls for service, which included four complaints of assault, two complaints of break and enter tied to the investigation, and four complaints of fraud.

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