Police are searching for a man considered a person of interest in connection with the theft of RCMP property found inside a Calgary home.
Officers were called to a house in the 5100 block of 35 Avenue S.W. on Sept. 1.
When they arrived, police found occupants of the home arguing with a passerby who had been searching through items strewn across the front lawn.
“It was determined that these items were linked to stolen property investigations,” police said in a Friday news release.
Investigators later executed a search warrant on the house, during which they located property allegedly connected with car prowling and break and enters throughout Calgary, as well as two out of town incidents.
Police say among the items seized was property belonging to the RCMP, including two RCMP uniforms, a duty belt, shoulder patches, baseball cap, handcuffs and a toque.
“Additionally, items from a provincial government surplus yard in Edmonton, including an overhead light bar, a traffic advisory light bar and an Alberta Government fleet fuel credit card were located in the house,” police said.
Police are hoping to locate a man by the first name of Cutis who they believe may have more information about the incident.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Calgary Police Service at 403-266-1234 or contact Crime Stoppers.