Stouffville woman arrested after $120k worth of landscaping equipment stolen: police
Police are investigating after a woman allegedly stole landscaping equipment from a property in rural Claremont, Ont., in the Durham Region.
Durham Regional Police said in a media release they were called to a break and enter on July 25 at around 1:30 am
The break and enter took place in the area of Old Brock Road in Claremont, police said.
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“The suspect(s) had broken into the yard and stole a truck, trailer, lawnmower equipment. Officers attended quickly and located one of the suspects and the stolen truck and trailer,” police said.
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On the same evening, Durham police executed two search warrants, on Sideline 20 and Sideline 12.
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Officers said they recovered equipment and tools worth around $120,000.
Durham Regional Police arrested Nicole Lewis, 40 year old woman from Stouffville, and charged her with theft over 5,000 and possession of property obtained by crime.
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