London Police recuperate $300,000 in stolen property, seek for suspect accused of theft – London


London police are on the lookout for a second suspect after two search warrants earlier this week recovered stolen items price greater than $300,000.

On September 25, police say a enterprise was damaged into on Charterhouse Crescent.

Following an investigation, police say they executed search warrants on a enterprise on Falcon Avenue and a house on Nisouri Street in Thorndale, Ont.

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Because of the investigation, officers recovered two Ford Transit vans valued at $112,000, fire-retardant uniforms price $100,000 and disposable nitrile gloves price $142,0703.

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Police have charged 40-year-old Richard Kyle Newsted with 5 counts of possession of property obtained by crime of greater than $5,000.

After a search, officers arrested Newstead a number of days in a while 30 September.

London police are in search of public assist in figuring out the second suspect, described as Caucasian, between the ages of 45 and 65, with brief brown hair and a goatee.

London Police Service

Police say that throughout the investigation, footage of a second suspect had been discovered on video surveillance.

Investigators are in search of assist in figuring out the second suspect, described as a Caucasian, aged between 45 and 65, with brief brown hair and a goatee.

Police say he was proven sporting a inexperienced long-sleeved shirt, denims and black trainers.

Anybody with details about the whereabouts of the accused is requested to name the London Police Service at (519) 661-5670 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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