stolen property

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The post Man arrested for possessing stolen property appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Thanks to the support of the public, two men were quickly arrested and stolen property was recovered.
Hameed, Baber and Shabbir involved in theft case and recovered stolen property from their possession.
Aabpara Police arrested Shan Javed and recovered stolen property from him.
Following searches at a property in Birkenhead in December last year, a large quantity of suspected stolen property was recovered.
Savides, of 19 Hugo Terrace, was arrested and charged with 24 counts of removal of a grave flag, token or flowers, and four counts of receiving stolen property valued at less than $250.
PC Iain Grant who investigated the crimes with PC Carly Zawodzinski, said: "The Waddell brothers made a profit from the misery of others, selling stolen property from crimes which took place across the force area.
POLICE have charged two sisters after a search at a house in County Durham found large amounts of suspected stolen property.
2, Dealing in Stolen Property (Fencing), in light of the court's opinion in Williams v.
Whinnery, aged 38, of Meadow Avenue, West Bromwich, admitted two charges of handling stolen property and was given a nine-month jail term suspended for 18 months.
A BUILDER sold stolen property including a Victorian postbox dug out of a wall at Holyhead on eBay, a court heard yesterday.
TWO men have been charged with burglary and a third with handling stolen property following an investigation by Warwickshire Police officers working on Operation Crunch.
And the stolen property has been valued at several thousand pounds.
Arena was arrested in Manatee County in June 2009 on charges of grand theft and stolen property for renting a backhoe from Bradenton Rent-All and then taking the machine, valued at $15,000, and pawning it for $4,000 at Pawn Pros II in Ruskin.
West Midlands Police have launched a problem page-style ad campaign to promote a new online service to help reunite people with their lost and stolen property.