Toolbox found in ditch near Federal, east of Castor

Coronation RCMP seek public’s help in identifying owner of found property

Submitted by Cst. Dustin MacIntyre

RCMP Coronation

The police are looking for the owner of a toolbox found on private property along Hwy #12 recently.

On January 4th, 2018 at approximately 10:26 a.m., a large black Haussmann tool box was found in the west side ditch of Range Road 115 one kilometre north of Highway 12 near the hamlet of Federal.

It was reported that the toolbox had been there for approximately two weeks. The toolbox is approximately four feet by two and a half feet and has two large swing handles on both ends.

If anyone recognizes the toolbox or has information that may identify the owner, please contact Coronation RCMP at (403)578-3666 or attend the Coronation Detachment at 4909 Royal Street, Coronation, AB.

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