OPP seek person of interest in $279,000 equipment theft

  Ottawa Citizen 

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The OPP is asking the public to help them identify a “person of interest” in the theft of $279,000 worth of construction equipment that was rented from a Hawkesbury business and not returned. When detectives investigated, they learned that the man who rented the items had used false identification, Hawkesbury OPP said. The items were […]

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