Lethbridge Police look to public for information on stolen property recovered

Lethbridge, Alberta – Lethbridge Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the origin of stolen property recovered Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021.

A substantial amount of high-voltage, aluminum-core, underground cable was recovered from a rental vehicle in north Lethbridge by officers on that date. Timothy Clements, 30, of Lethbridge, has been charged with possession of stolen property in relation to the investigation.

The cable is labeled ‘General Cable 1000KCML CPT Blocked’ with manufacturing dates on the cable including, but not limited to, July, May and April of 2019.
(LPS) The cable is labeled ‘General Cable 1000KCML CPT Blocked’ with manufacturing dates on the cable including, but not limited to, July, May and April of 2019.
The cable is labeled ‘General Cable 1000KCML CPT Blocked’ with manufacturing dates on the cable including, but not limited to, July, May and April of 2019.
(LPS) The cable is labeled ‘General Cable 1000KCML CPT Blocked’ with manufacturing dates on the cable including, but not limited to, July, May and April of 2019.

The cable is labeled ‘General Cable 1000KCML CPT Blocked’ with manufacturing dates on the cable including, but not limited to, July, May and April of 2019. It appears it may have been removed from a construction site or contractor with a large spool of cable on site.

Anyone who knows the origin of the stolen property, or has information on a recent wire theft, is asked to contact Const. Darroch via email at [email protected]

Lethbridge Police Service



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