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By Dwight Ford


Police are looking for public assistance and taking crime stoppers calls as they continue to investigate two theft cases which date back to incidents last month.

The most recent is believed to have occurred sometime between May 28th and 31st, and involves the theft of a stereo system, with an estimated value of more than $3,000. The vehicle was parked in a locked compound, in the 9,400 block of 102nd street.

Meantime, sometime between May 12th and 16th, a yellow, 2007 Cat, diesel skid steer, Model 287-B, with an estimated value of $80,000, was taken from a worksite located near the Key Learning Centre on 99th avenue.

The crime stoppers toll free number is 1-800-222-8477 and information can also be provided on-line at


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