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Trailer full of 3D animal targets worth $50K stolen from Alberta archery club

Dozens of 3D animal targets stolen from St. Paul Archery Club.
Dozens of 3D animal targets stolen from St. Paul Archery Club. Courtesy: St. Paul RCMP

RCMP are investigating after a trailer with 64 3D animal targets inside was stolen from a compound at the St. Paul Archery Club.

Police said the compound was broken into at around 4 a.m. on Oct. 12 and a white 26-foot Vanguard trailer was stolen.

The trailer, with a licence plate number S44895, is estimated to be worth $10,000.

However, the 3D animal targets inside the trailer are worth approximately $50,000.

RCMP are looking for the suspect truck used to take the trailer, described as a white Ford, possibly a F-150.

Anyone with information is asked to contact St. Paul RCMP at (780) 645-8888.

St. Paul is about 200 kilometres northeast of Edmonton.

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Dozens of 3D animal targets stolen from St. Paul Archery Club.
Dozens of 3D animal targets stolen from St. Paul Archery Club. Courtesy: St. Paul RCMP