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Guelph police want to know if this is your stuff

Search following an arrest for breach of condition led to suspected fentanyl and stolen property being found, police say
Police are looking for the owner of these recovered items.

Guelph police are looking for the owners of property believed to be stolen following a man's arrest Thursday morning.

Officers patrolling on Speedvale Avenue West spotted a sitting in the driver’s seat of a vehicle and knew him to be on a release order with a condition not to occupy any driver’s seat. The man was arrested for breaching the order, and a subsequent search revealed a small amount of suspected fentanyl, two stolen licence plates and a quantity of tools believed to be stolen.

A 38-year-old is charged with failing to comply with a release order, two counts of possessing stolen property and possessing a controlled substance. He will appear in a Guelph bail court June 6, 2023.

Anyone who recognizes the seized tools is asked to call Constable Bakir Medencevic at 519-824-1212, ext. 7235, or email him at [email protected].