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Calgary police release CCTV footage of distinctive gold truck theft

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Calgary Police hope CCTV footage can help find the suspect in the theft of a distinctive gold truck in early February.

Calgary police hope CCTV footage will help identify a suspect in connection with the theft of a distinctively gold truck.

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On Feb. 1, the truck was stolen from the Divita Auto Design Shop compound. Police said a suspect broke into the yard, loaded the truck onto a flatbed trailer and towed it away using a green Dodge Ram.

The stolen truck was a 2018 Dodge Ram with custom gold paint and several more after-market alterations, including a noticeable lift.

Calgary police said the truck was stolen from the Divita Auto Design Shop compound on Feb. 1.
Calgary police said the truck was stolen from the Divita Auto Design Shop compound on Feb. 1. Supplied by the City of Calgary

The truck was found by police near McLean Creek on Thursday. They said it was heavily damaged.

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Calgary police said they recovered the stolen truck on Feb, 27.
Calgary police said they recovered the stolen truck on Feb, 27. City of Calgary

Police said the stolen truck is easily identifiable and hope the CCTV footage will prompt residents to call in any sightings of the suspect.

The suspect vehicle is described as a green Dodge Ram, with lighter-colour panelling on the sides.

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Anyone with information on this crime is asked to contact Calgary police or Crime Stoppers.