Victoria Police seek owners of stolen tools, comics

'The Punisher' comic books and several power tools recovered at eviction property

A collection of comic books recovered last month by Victoria Police at an eviction property. Police believe the comics and a collection of tools are stolen property.

Victoria Police discovered a bounty of stolen goods at an eviction property last month, including a collection of vintage comic books.

A large collection of tools was also recovered after a couple was evicted from a rental unit in the 1800-block of Douglas St.

The property manager became suspicious of the abandoned items and called VicPD, said Const. Mike Russell.

Photos of the items are posted on VicPD’s Pinterest page under the heading, Is This Yours?

Anyone with information on the rightful owners of the items are asked to contact the investigating officer via email at vi5272@vicpd.ca.

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