March 2, 2018 4:34 pm
Updated: March 3, 2018 7:11 am

Missing something? Hamilton police are looking to reunite owners with stolen items

Hamilton Police are looking for the owners of a large amount of recovered property. (An enlarged version of this photo can be viewed at the bottom of the story)

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Hamilton police are looking for the owners of a warehouse full of recovered items, including power tools, job site equipment, televisions and bicycles.

Investigators estimate the value at more than $20,000.

Det.-Sgt. Emidio Evangelista believes it was stolen from construction sites and restoration projects throughout the Golden Horseshoe over the past couple of years.

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The property was seized on Feb. 22, and 32 year-old Shawn Hunt charged with dangerous driving and flight from police, when officers executed a search warrant in Upper Stoney Creek.

Three schools in the area of Highgate Drive and Upper Centennial Parkway were placed in a “hold and secure” during the course of that investigation.

Evangelista adds that anyone who believes their property was recovered should contact Hamilton police by calling 905-546-2991.

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