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Hot Wheels: Tires and rims worth $35,000 stolen from Fredericton shops

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RCMP in Fredericton are asking the public for information following thefts from three local businesses earlier this year.

Police say a substantial number of tires and rims were taken from Proactive Collision, Provincial Bandag Tire and Coast Tire between January 24th and February 8th.

The thefts are believed to be linked.

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Police say they cost the businesses more than $35,000 in damages and loss.

The Mounties say video surveillance from the businesses show a dark-coloured Ford pickup truck and two males with hoods pulled over their heads.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers.

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