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Edmonton police recover six stolen vehicles headed overseas

The Edmonton Police Service’s (EPS) Targeted Response to Auto Theft Prevention (TRAP) team helped recover several stolen vehicles.

These vehicles, valued at around $485,000, were confirmed by investigators to have been planned to be shipped out of the country.

“The investigation is still ongoing at this time, as we continue to try and identify the suspects involved,” said Sergeant Ian Strom of EPS TRAP team.

The investigation began over the weekend as EPS received reports of a recently stolen 2024 Dodge Ram Rebel being spotted at a nearby shipping yard.

When officers arrived at the shipping yard, near 218 Street and 115 Avenue, police discovered not only the stolen Dodge, but several other new and used stolen vehicles.

These vehicles included a 2024 Ram 1500 Longhorn, a 2023 Ford F150 FX4, a 2023 Ford F150 Platinum, a 2021 Toyota Highlander, and a 2019 Cadillac Escalade. According to police, the Highlander and the Escalade were stolen out of Calgary.

A search warrant was executed where it was confirmed that the vehicles had be re-vinned and registered, with four of the vehicles being brand new and stolen off dealership lots.

Police are continuing to investigate the theft and are asking anyone with information on potential suspects to contact EPS at 780-423-4567.

EPS: Stolen Vehicles.
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