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Boat mechanic kept stolen equipment in Richmond

A 43-year-old Surrey man has been charged in connection with the theft of close to $300,000 in boat equipment, and is alleged to have kept the goods in Richmond.

Frank Jerry Cutajar is charged with fraud and possession of stolen property for the purposes of trafficking, on Jan. 30 in Richmond, and with possession of stolen property over $5,000 and removing vehicle identification number on Jan. 31 in Richmond.

He's also facing charges that stem from North Vancouver, Delta, Maple Ridge and Chilliwack.

Cutajar's arrest came following a joint investigation led by the Vancouver Police Department.

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