November 28, 2016 8:43 pm
Updated: November 29, 2016 8:38 am

Prince Albert, Sask. man charged after police recover $40K in stolen property

Saskatchewan RCMP have charged a 56-year-old Prince Albert man following the recovery of stolen property valued at $40,000.

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RCMP have charged a 56-year-old Prince Albert, Sask. man after they said they recovered thousands of dollars worth of stolen property.

Police executed a search warrant on Nov. 19 in the Steep Creek area, east of Prince Albert, and another one the following day at a property north of the city.

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As a result of these searches, officers said they recovered such items as enclosed trailers, all-terrain vehicles and a snowmobile.

Prince Albert RCMP said the total value of the stolen property is around $40,000.

Roland Bisson is facing four counts each of possession of stolen property over $5,000 and possession of stolen property under $5,000.

He made his first court appearance in Prince Albert on Monday.

RCMP officials said further charges are pending as their investigation continues.

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