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Stolen property found in St. Paul

A trove of stolen goods has reportedly been found in St. Paul. Local RCMP and the Eastern Alberta Rural Crime Reduction Unit searched two places in the town on September 25th, believing they would find stolen property.

Officers turned up things like ID, televisions, keys, riding gloves, a riding mask and copper wire. RCMP says it also found drugs and drug paraphernalia, guns and ammunition, and Canadian cash.

Four suspects have been arrested and are facing charges ranging from possession of stolen property and possession of meth to break and enter, obstruction, and failing to comply with conditions. The accused include two St. Paul men aged 20 and 39, as well as a 25-year-old man from Saddle Lake and a 44-year-old man from Edmonton.

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