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Hells Angels nabbed after Okanagan raid

An investigation into a stolen property trafficking operation in the Okanagan has snared two members of the Hells Angels out of Calgary.
In September, RCMP raided the premises of the Cycle Logic Auto and Motorcycle Shop in West Kelowna.
Police say $750,000 of stolen property was recovered.
It was alleged the business was involved in stealing vehicles and modifying their identification numbers in order to sell them.
Two of those vehicles were recently found in Alberta.
The two Hells Angels members are charged with possession of stolen property over $5,000.
The operator of Cycle Logic, John Newcome of Peachland, faces 17 charges of possession of stolen property and trafficking in stolen property.
 

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