EDMONTON — A stuffed bison head is one of thousands of stolen items that cops uncovered in a west Edmonton home, the largest such seizure in the city’s police history.
On Aug. 29, police converged on a property in the Cumberland neighbourhood. Inside the two-storey, 3,000-sq.-foot home, they found scores of stolen items including golf clubs, bath tubs, dishware, dirt bikes, booze, watches and a handful of taxidermy pieces.
Cops believe the thefts stretch back at least to 2008.
Anonymous tips led them to the property, said Acting Staff Sgt. Kevin Fald.