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Antique camera collection reported stolen from Haliburton business: OPP

OPP are investigating the alleged theft of antique cameras from a business in Dysart et al.
OPP are investigating the alleged theft of antique cameras from a business in Dysart et al. OPP

OPP in Haliburton Highlands are investigating the alleged theft of a collection of antique cameras from a local business.

Police say sometime overnight Monday to early Tuesday morning, entry was gained through a window at Castle Antiques, a business on Maple Avenue in Haliburton in the township of Dysart et al, about 100 kilometres north of Peterborough.

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Police say a number of items, including antique cameras, were reported stolen.

 

Items, including a statue and antique cameras, were reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton.
Items, including a statue and antique cameras, were reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton. OPP
Antique camera reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton.
Antique camera reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton. OPP
Antique camera reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton.
Antique camera reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton. OPP
Antique camera reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton.
Antique camera reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton. OPP
Statue reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton.
Statue reported stolen from Castle Antiques in Haliburton. OPP

Anyone with information is asked to call OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online.

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