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Good News: Arrests Made in The Camera Store Burglary, Most of the Stolen Gear Recovered

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This past weekend, The Camera Store in Calgary, Canada was victim of a burglary in which the assailants made away with some highend gear by Hasselblad and Leica.

With the help from the public, two suspects have been taken into custody and all of the Hasselblad gear has been recovered. The Leica M-P 240 Safari edition camera has yet to be found.

From The Camera Store Blog:

Within 48 hours of thieves leaving The Camera Store in shambles of shattered glass and robbing us of nearly $35,000 of specialty camera equipment, Constable Tony Hogendorp and Constable Paul Teworte from Calgary Police Service have recovered our stolen Hasselblad equipment. Two suspects were taken into custody outside a Calgary mall Monday afternoon, after meeting an officer who answered a Kijiji listing.

Although the Hasselblad equipment was recovered and returned to The Camera Store, our rare Leica M-P 240 Safari camera worth $13,000 was not recovered. Read the full statement

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