Calgary police say they’ve recovered some items in connection with the theft of police uniforms earlier this month.
An anonymous tip helped police discover some operational RCMP and non-operational Edmonton Police Service uniforms.
Police say they were stolen from a northwest Calgary home on Oct. 2, along with other police-related gear and equipment. Some items were recovered following a sweep of the area at the time.
But several are still outstanding, including:
- Soft body armour
- RCMP duty belt containing no tools or ammunition
- Dump pouch for duty belt
- Plain clothes firearm holster
- RCMP toque
- International RCMP uniform shirts, long and short sleeved
- A small SentrySafe
- Soft police duty bag
- Hard police duty bag
EPS non-operational items that remain outstanding include:
- EPS duty hat
- EPS dress uniform
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In a news release, police said if you have a concern about an individual identifying themselves as a police officer, request to see their badge and photo identification card or call the police non-emergency number to verify an officer’s identity.
Anyone with information about this incident, or who may come across these items, is asked to contact CPS by calling 403-266-1234 or submit an anonymous tip through Crime Stoppers.
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