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Property recovered from Riverside break-ins

    RCMP in Drumheller have made an arrest and recovered some of the items that went missing following break-ins in East Drumheller.
    Over the last couple months there have been a number of residential break-ins in the Riverside area. On January 14, a substantial amount of jewellery identified from these break-ins as well as unidentified jewellery  was recovered by RCMP.
    “We have five or six bags of jewellery, and all of the items from one of the break-ins are together. The jewellery in the other bags has yet to be identified,” said Staff Sergeant Art Hopkins.
     RCMP asks residents to check their jewellery to determine if they are missing any. If a person finds they are missing jewellery they can contact the RCMP.
    Known victims of these break-ins are being contacted to identify jewellery as well.
    Subsequent investigation has led to charges of possession of stolen property against Neil Lanos, 42 of Drumheller. He is scheduled to appear in provincial court in Drumheller on January 27.


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