Skip to main content

$150K in stolen construction equipment recovered: Brantford police

A stock image of construction tools. (Pexels/Ono Kosuki) A stock image of construction tools. (Pexels/Ono Kosuki)
Share

Brantford police have arrested and charged a 36-year-old man after they say about $150,000 in stolen construction equipment was recovered.

Police said a towable power generator, trailer, various construction tools and equipment were reported as stolen last week.

The items were recovered from a West Street property and returned to the owner after a search warrant was executed, according to police.

The accused was arrested at the same property.

The Brantford man is charged with Break and Enter, Theft over $5,000 and Possession of Stolen Goods over $5,000. He is also has three outstanding warrants and was held for a bail hearing. 

CTVNews.ca Top Stories

Biden tests positive for COVID, will self-isolate in Delaware

U.S. President Joe Biden, under pressure from fellow Democrats to drop his re-election campaign, tested positive for COVID-19 while visiting Las Vegas on Wednesday and is self-isolating after experiencing mild symptoms, the White House said.

Video shows B.C. grizzly basking in clawfoot tub

A donated clawfoot bathtub has become the preferred lounging spot for a pair of B.C. grizzly bears, who have been taking turns relaxing and reclining in it – with minimal sibling squabbling – for the past year.

Trudeau cabinet to meet Friday as speculation around a shuffle swirls

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet is expected to meet on Friday, CTV News has learned. The agenda sets aside 30 minutes for ministers to meet virtually Friday morning, to talk about 'appointments.' The meeting comes amid speculation around the prime minister shaking up his inner circle.

Stay Connected