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$60,000 worth of surveying equipment, tools reported stolen at Trent Hills construction site

More than $60,000 worth of surveying equipment has been reported stolen in Trent Hills.
More than $60,000 worth of surveying equipment has been reported stolen in Trent Hills. Peterborough County OPP

Police are investigating the reported theft of $60,000 of surveying equipment and power tools at a construction site in Trent Hills last week.

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Northumberland OPP says overnight on March 19-20, suspect(s) breached entry into three buildings on the construction site of the Trent River dam replacement project on County Road 38 north of Campbellford. The following is a list of some of the equipment reported stolen:

  • Leica Viva TS16 (surveying and geographical measurement) – serial number 3211638
  • Leica NA700 level – serial number 5077833
  • Spectra Precision Laser Level LL500 – serial number 129122
  • Leica GRZ122 360° Reflector, 5/8″ Threaded Adapter
  • Leica GHT66 Pole Holder Base Plate
  • Seco 5802-10 – 8′ Leica style prism telescoping pole
More than $60,000 worth of surveying equipment has been reported stolen in Trent Hills.
More than $60,000 worth of surveying equipment has been reported stolen in Trent Hills. OPP
More than $60,000 worth of surveying equipment has been reported stolen in Trent Hills.
More than $60,000 worth of surveying equipment has been reported stolen in Trent Hills. OPP

Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call their nearest OPP detachment at 1-888-310-1122 or anonymously via the Peterborough/Northumberland Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online.

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