Calgary police recently executed eight search warrants for places around the city that they believed were filled with stolen goods — and all of the properties belonged to the same person. Officers weren’t sure what they’d find, but they knew that they’d probably encounter something bizarre.
When they finally busted in, they were floored by what they saw. It was a treasure trove of stolen goods unlike anything the policemen had ever seen before. The estimated value of the goods rang in at a whopping $1.5 million, but that wasn’t the weirdest part.
Cops were most stunned by the thief’s level of organization.
Each storage locker was filled with something different. In this location, the perp stored electronics.
Another room was designated for tires.
This area was full of designer handbags.
The type-A criminal could’ve hooked the entire neighborhood up with snowblowers if he wanted to.
For some reason, there were also dozens of Legrand dimmers and light accessories.
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If you have a pale friend, they can get in on it, too.
The place looked more like a department store than anything else.
“It’s just insurmountable,” Inspector Nancy Farmer told the Calgary Herald when asked to describe the amount of goods seized. “The list is endless.”
Cataloging all of this must have been so terrible.
A 28-year-old man named Cody William Scott is now in custody, and police plan on making several more arrests. Based on everything they found, they determined that there’s no way Scott could’ve done this on his own. This was a criminal operation.