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Police recover 10 motorcycles, plus parts from Kitchener 'chop shop'

A 34-year-old Cambridge man has been charged
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A major bust by members of the Break, Enter and Vehicle Theft Team of Waterloo Regional Police.

In late August, police located a stolen motorcycle at a storage facility in Kitchener.

A search warrant was then done at the storage container, where police located the alleged chop shop.

10 motorcycles were recovered, along with several motorcycles in various states of being dismantled.

On Thursday, Sept. 2, Waterloo Regional Police, with assistance from provincial police, arrested a 34-year-old Cambridge man in connection to the chop shop.

Police also found a stolen trailer, two more motorcycles and several motorcycle parts.

The accused is facing a long list of charges including four counts of possession of stolen property, 13 counts of possession of obliterated VIN, as well as several driving related offences.

Anyone who has any information about the investigation is asked to call police at 519-570-9777 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Anonymous tips can also be submitted at

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