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Thieves steal $1,500 in property from backyard trailer

Goods stolen include a pandora bracelet, a necklace, a bluetooth speaker, an iPad, and headphones

Unidentified thieves made off with $1,500 in stolen goods from a property on Dogwood drive on Tuesday.

Ladysmith RCMP Cpl. Dave Fish confirmed a report of the theft. Goods stolen include a pandora bracelet, a necklace, a bluetooth speaker, an iPad, and headphones. The property was stolen from a trailer in the complainant’s backyard.

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“There have been people checked in the area, but it hasn’t led to anything,” Fish said. “This was an isolated incident.”

The RCMP have no suspects at this time.

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